Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+, Minimum Age:18+
Documentation of IAPA's 50th year Celebrations
Project Description: To take notes and prepare documentation of Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare (IAPA)'s 50 year celebrations proceedings to be held on 25th April 2020 at Nirmala Niketan College of Social Work. Purpose: To maintain documentation of this important event. Key Responsibilities: 1. To take notes of the proceedings that will be conducted during our event 2. Adhere to deadline 3. Maintain confidentiality of contents Time Duration: 3.30 pm to 7.00 pm Time Commitment: For the given time on 25th April 2020 and time to be taken for preparing document subsequently. Skills and Experience Required: 1. Ability to take accurate and fast notes 2. Ability to summarize the proceedings in the form of a document 3. Fluency in English About NGO: Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare (IAPA) was formed in 1970, out of a deep concern that most orphaned/abandoned children were deprived of the love and nurturance available in a family set-up. Initially our focus was on finding adoptive families for such children and creating awareness for adoption across the country. These children placed with us, are cared for in a foster family, till they are adopted. Over the years IAPA has gone beyond adoption and reached out to children under different states of deprivation. In case of children lacking opportunities for education and all-round development, the same is facilitated through our Educational Sponsorship program. For children facing serious neglect or risk of separation from their families, the Family Preservation program ensures that the children continue to grow, either in their own family or in an alternative family within their kinship circle. Supportive Services, viz, Child Guidance Centre (CGC), Project for Developing Capacities, Vocational Training, Micro Finance, Medical and Higher Education assistance , ensure the all-round development of the child and empowerment of the family. Located in Mumbai and another rural location, we work with families as well as the community, to achieve our goals for children. What makes IAPA unique, is its holistic approach towards the welfare of children. Guidance, counselling and multiple supports provided by IAPA, ensure that every child in need of care, protection and education, gets the opportunity to thrive.
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