ProjectSheltered housing and extra care

Niketan offers a pleasant and structured sheltered housing with 24/7 care to 11 boys with intellectual and physical disabilities.

The parents of these boys could not cope with the complex care. For instance because of their own age, or because they left their children with their grandparents, or because of their own intellectual disabilities.

Most of the boys grew up in great isolation and loneliness, they lacked the necessary care and education and often they were locked up in sheds.

Niketan teaches these boys, often with emotional and behavioral problems, that they are valuable citizens. We stimulates their personal and social development through a diverse training program resulting in an improved self-image.
Niketan supervises and trains the parents and encourages family visits, so that young people continue to be part of their own family.

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Project cost

TotalPer child
€12.485€1135
per year
€95
per month

Stories

Subjects

  • Education

    Provide a challenging learning environment based on individual possibilities and taking limitations into account.

  • Food

    Make parents aware of the importance of healthy nutrition to prevent stunting, underweight and diet-related physical complications.

  • Paramedical Care

    Provide care aimed at improving the functioning of the body; provide basic orthopedic equipment and rehabilitation aids.

  • Socialization

    Actively promote and encourage the participation of children and young people with disabilities in society.

Care and education for handicapped children in Bangladesh

About Niketan

    Contact

    Itterbeek 7
    2641TW Pijnacker
    + 31 015-2159386 | + 31 06-29043677
    info@niketan.nl

    Banking details

    • NL06 INGB 0008 0436 37
    • NL30 ABNA 0519 9278 77
    • Fiscal number: 8072.84.42
    • KvK nummer: 27173896

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