Borderless World Foundation - Basera-e-Tabassum

  • A child home exclusively for girl children, ranging from 3 to 18 years, orphaned by militancy, illness or accidental deaths in the border district of Kupwara.
  • Directly reaches 250 individuals annually
  • Provides Child Home in rural Jammu And Kashmir since August 2005
BWF is an Indian trust registered with the Charity Commissioner of Pune, Maharashtra, India under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950. BWF works for the deprived and victimized people of the border areas of India, with the present focus being on the violence hit state of Jammu & Kashmir. Since 1998, the founders have been active in the field working for widows, migrants, locals of the war torn areas of Kargil, Drass and Batalik sectors. Implementing developmental projects in areas required and involving community participation in the projects is BWF's aim. BeT has 178 girls at present, the age group ranging from 3 to 18 years. Each girl will be provided a healthy environment to grow on to become a major, when she will be capable of deciding her future. The girls study in private and government schools and have excelled in their respective classes. Local women and men are employed to run the Home and the advisory committee of 15 members along with the youth executive committee ensures its smooth running. In addition to supporting the children's cost, Asha for Education is supporting also supporting 'Construction of Children's Home'. For that purpose, the following amounts were funded in 2016: Asha Stanford ($60,491), Asha Seattle ($39,975) and Asha NYC/NJ ($15,074). For more details please see: http://ashanet.org/project/?pid=1274
40 girls staying in the Kupwara home are now being supported via the Sponsor a Child program.
Support A Child. Make a Difference ! You can support a child from this project for $30 a month. Click here to become a sponsor - http://sv.ashanet.org/sac/

BeT has 178 girls at present, the age group ranging from 3 to 18 years. Each girl will be provided a healthy environment to grow on to become a major, when she will be capable of deciding her future. The girls study in private and government schools and have excelled in their respective classes. Local women and men are employed to run the Home and the advisory committee of 15 members along with the youth executive committee ensures its smooth running. In addition to supporting the children's cost, Asha for Education is supporting also supporting 'Construction of Children's Home'. For that purpose, the following amounts were funded in 2016: Asha Stanford ($60,491), Asha Seattle ($39,975) and Asha NYC/NJ ($15,074). For more details please see: http://ashanet.org/project/?pid=1274
40 girls staying in the Kupwara home are now being supported via the Sponsor a Child program.

Support A Child. Make a Difference ! You can support a child from this project for $30 a month. Click here to become a sponsor - http://sv.ashanet.org/sac/