|Prabhakar and Abha Goswami, a professor and teacher at the University of Rajasthan, were asked to conduct research into street children and children of prostitutes. Initially, the emphasis was on research, but it soon shifted to practical care for the children.|
|1992||Abha Goswami packed school books and toys on a bicycle rickshaw and went to children living by the road. She visited three places a day and thus the School on Wheels program began.|
|1993||I-India was founded as an NGO (non-governmental organisation) by the Goswamis. With a staff of three and a tiny budget the organisation worked full-time for the well-being of street children.|
|1994||Child Labour Awareness initiative launched.|
Integrated Program for Street Children, funded by the Government of India, started.
Nutrition Tracking Program initiation.
Child Inn, a boys home, and Ladli girls home founded.
Janshala, a slum school program, started.
Breastfeeding promotion campaign launched.
Child Line phone service began.
School on Wheels is given its first and second buses.
AIDS awareness program launched.
|2002||I-India acquires a jeep-ambulance.|
|2003||The girls home shifts to larger premises and is renamed “Ganga”.|
|2005||Vocational centre for girls opens under name of “Ladli”.|
Vocational centre for boys opens.
New temporary shelters for boys and girls open. (Ganga 2/ Child-Inn 2)
Learn and Earn program, started.
Formation of Shower Bus.
"Annapurna"- Kitchen project for Street Children began.
New temporary shelter for boys open at Jhag village.
New temporary shelter for girls open at Bhankrota (Ganga 3).
Construction of shelter home and school at Jhag, started.
Construction Site School is built.
Official Opening of Shelter Home at Jhag
Launch of MHV (Mobile Health Van) at Jhag village
Construction of Girls Shelter Home at Jhag
Launch of Open Shelter Program for temporary stay and care.
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