Project Mission heal helps bring lasting improvements to the lives of vulnerable children and their communities in India, including children living on the streets and those living in urban homeless families; those with disabilities or affected by HIV; those who are exploited and trafficked; the children of sex workers; and child laborers. We also work to help girls overcome the disadvantages and discrimination they face in everyday life within most communities by promoting education for the girl child.
We are determined to build a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development, and participation. Mission heal is focused on bringing about a Qualitative change in the lives of underprivileged children We not only save children from the hardships of life, but we also work towards abolishing these hardships. It has created an environment where the children are encouraged to develop their own personality
Children should not become objects of our sympathy or our charity. Every child regardless of birth and circumstance is truly equal. Each child who is compelled to work for a living, neglected, abused, or exploited represents a far more serious violation of our constitution, equivalent to a crime. India has the largest number of child laborers in the world. We work to expose and prevent exploitative child labor practices. 7.1 million children in India do not go to school. We work to ensure that children join the school. This helps them stay out of child labor as well as in building a promising future for them.