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Strengthening child protection mechanisms to empower
vulnerable children and provide inclusive opportunities.
Sonamony Gayen is one of the graduates of the Tomorrow’s Foundation Education programme. She lives in Kalighat with her parents and her brother. She is a first generation learner in her family. Sonamony is currently working in Tomorrow’s Foundation as a Project Assistant. She is bright and a quick learner and has developed several professional skills that will help her in her career.
Debasish Das is a farmer from Semiat village of Birbhum district. His family consists of his parents and brother. He earlier used chemical pesticides and fertilisers on his land. After learning about the benefits of Shivansh Farming process, he has applied the same on his land and now growing 13 types of organic vegetables that are sufficient for his family’s consumption. Debasish is also motivating other farmers to apply this Shivansh Kheti process.
Soniya Baniya, 15 years old and a student of Class IX, lives in Chetla with her aunt. Her parents left her when she was a child. Her aunt took her responsibility, along with her own three children. Soniya is very intelligent and has been associated with TF from Class PP. She has been awarded All India 2nd position in Swachhata Hi Sewa poster competition. In an all NGO sports meet, she got prizes in all the events in which she participated. She is very passionate about her studies as well as painting and dreams of becoming a teacher and serve children who come from a background like hers.
Sumit Kumar Shaw is a 14 year old boy with Intellectual Disability, living in Cossipore. One year ago, Sumit could not write his own name, the names of his parents, his address and mobile number. He could not do addition, subtraction and multiplication. But now, with constant guidance and assistance of the Special Educator, he can do all of these activities independently. He can do single digit addition and subtraction and multiplication through verbal prompt.
Shahnasin Jahan is a 11 years old, mental retardation child from Razabazar area in Kolkata. Earlier she was introvert, stubborn, disinterested in learning, not motivated but after she joined the Charaibeti program in 2015 she is now happy to be in school and learn, social, has made friends, interesting/willing to learn.
Established in several states in India, our commitment allows thousands of young people to aspire for a better future. Through education and vocational training programs, these children have the necessary skills to pursue their dreams and earn a living for themselves and their family.
Tomorrows Foundation identifies children at an early stage and works as a catalyst in helping them attain self-reliant adulthood. The purpose to create a healthy environment for children to grow in, so that they become role, so that they become role models for their Community
Great programme. The confidence in kids was amazing. Keep doing good job.Tshering D Bhutia - General Manager Operations - Tobacco Control Salaam Bombay Foundation
Good job done by teachers and mobilizers. Great enthusiasm noticed in student. Thanks.”Azimpremji Philanthropic Initiative
I was very happy to visit the centre and interact with adolescent girls and boys. I hope all the good work will continue.Javier Aguilar - Chief, Child Protection at UNICEF India
After three weeks in the bus, we leave Charabeiti’s project with many memories ! Thank you for this opportunity. It was amazing. So proud of what you are doing here for the children. Thank you for your kindness and your time, we have learnt a lot with you. Hope to see you all again soon."Lucile Gerardin - President of Solidar’india
For the last 25 years, I have been able to see you evolve in an extraordinary way. Every year, you surprise me with your work, your courage, your ingenuity to solve so many problems. Mother Teresa used to say: «What I am doing is a drop of water in the ocean, but ocean is made of drops of water.» You too, every day, you participate in filling this ocean. Every child you help is the future of India. Thank you ! "Brigitte Rasse - Ex. President of Calcutta de la Rue à l’Ecole
The first words that come to mind now is, obviously, THANK YOU! You made me feel part of the wonderful Tomorrow’s Foundation family. These 4 weeks have been so refreshing, oxygenative that I go back to France with a load of positive energy and some fantastic memories. I have seen you in action. You are true good workers, the Heroes of our society. You do superb work and on my side, even form far away. I will do what I can to help. It was a truly remarkable Experience. Thank You!"Marco Liguori - Sr. Consultant of French pharmaceutical Company, France
Last December, we visited TF’s Step project. It is a good project to provide skills to unemployed youth. After receiving this training, they have access to decent jobs. We also visited the Jibanjoti Center in Kali Bari which is a needs based project to help adolescents find their places as active citizens of the society. We want the success and sustainability of these projects. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn."Murshed Alam Sarkar-Executive Director of POPI (People’s Oriented Program Implementation), Bangladesh and his wife Ferdoushi Begum
A very very interesting visit, thanks a lot. We are happy to see the children happy! Very good teachers and a warm welcome."Sylvie and Christian Allain Heads of Normative Branch of Calcutta de la Rue a Lecole, France
I was very to visit the center and interact with adolescent girls and boys. I hope all the good work will continue. Good luck!"Javier Aguilar - Chief, Child Protection, UNICEF