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Eenadu coverage 27/10/2001

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What We do

If you want a crop for one year, grow grain; if you want a crop for ten years, grow a tree; if you want a crop for a hundred years, grow men.


The progress of humanity relies on how some basic human needs and rights are met. These include the rights to a sustainable livelihood, and the rights and capacities to participate in societies and make positive changes to people's lives. These little positive changes are the engines for the progress of civilization and mankind. The basic capacity required to participate and contribute to the society is nurturing every child with the right knowledge and support.


The healthy development of children is crucial to the future well-being of any society. Children start life as totally dependent beings. Children must rely on adults for the nurture, support and guidance (Aalambana) they need to grow towards independence; but as all the primary care-givers cannot take this responsibility of nurturing due to various impoverishments, the society has to fill this gap.

Aalambana was started keeping in view this responsibility of society to nurture deprived children with care. The members of Aalambana drove into action with clear focus on nurturing children by providing the right environs for their development as responsible citizens of this society. Aalambana does not merely educate children but provides nurturing, support and guidance as a primary caregiver.