• How many of you are aware of the fact that human trafficking is a $32 billion annual industry. According to United Nations recent statistics ,more than 2.5 billion people around the world are ensnared into this evil industry. This is the modern day slavery. Majority of the victims are underprivileged children and women. Poor children are getting trafficked into beggar mafia hands, terrorist groups, maoist/naxal activities.  Women and girls are typically trafficked into the commercial sex industry. Some of the human trafficking is highly visible however majority is not visible
  • [embedyt][/embedyt] We started our first project on Nov 1st 2010 with 63 children. We take children from kindergarten age to 10th standard high school grade and train them in our child development programs. Currently we have more than 800 children in 8 different projects attending CDC activities regularly. We have more than a decade of experience in training underprivileged children. Our training method focus on each child’s personality development and skill developments. You can read more about our skill training method here – Below table shows number of
  • Underdeveloped areas are suffering due to many issues. Root of all the problems, uneducated people and their practices. Lack of education can lead to wrong faith practices and beliefs systems. Following are the most common problems in the remote villages: Literacy rate – All projects that Light the Candle International inc, execute are in the remote villages where literacy rate is very low. Parents do not read or write. This lead to low use of science and technology in their life. There are villages without knowledge of materials such as
  • Above pie chart summarize how we spend sponsorship money. 100% of your sponsorship money goes to child development activities. We conduct board meetings on the fourth Tuesday of every month. We spend a lot of time reviewing activity and financial reports from each of our projects. Our country supervisor visits projects at least once in a quarter and collects first-hand information about each project. One of the key metrics we monitor, is the attendance of children in each project. We make sure every child gets the maximum benefit of the