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03 Mar 2017 to 08h25

Support to Rahki's fondation

Once again this year, the Donations Commission of the Order of St. Gabriel, which is chaired by Ambassador Jürg Staübli, funded the action supported by the Rakhi association and its President, Mrs. Danièle Brochier, during her 7 weeks of presence in Tamilnadu from February to March 2017.


Our support helped to buy 50 goats

As in many cattle shows around the world, things in India are the same. There is the negotiator who spots the good goats and then he negotiates the prices, which vary between 50 and 60th.
The goats are then, under the direction of the village chief, offered to each family. The association thus contributed this year to the purchase of 50 full goats which were offered in 4 villages.
Mr. Kalyani left his teaching job to defend the rights of "Irulas" semi-nomadic population out of caste, often highly discriminated. He has also created a school for children aged 5 to 13 from very poor families.
The project to build 3 new classes in this school is planned for the month of October 2017, to receive children "Irulas". The Montessori method is applied for the youngest.


The new rehabilitation center for disabled children was inaugurated on Friday 17 February. Brother Anand and Mr Antoine have been developing physical stimulation exercises for years to provide the child with mobility. These are performed in the presence of the mother or father so that they continue this work at home.
Our support policy is based on the philosophy that a donation should enable beneficiaries to develop income-generating activities through their work.
Thus are created different workshops where people form and realize for them. As for example the creation of embroidery designs that seamstresses perform wonderfully. They will then be able to sell them for the benefit of the Rakhi Foundation, which gives
Even a sewing training workshop was opened early April 2017
Staff is hired by the foundation to train young women in sewing. They will graduate after 6 months. Obtaining it will give them access to paid work.