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Overwhelmed by the poverty around him, began the Indian tailors to help Kuka Arora. Small first, and then with everything he had. Kuka Arora with children from the he founded the ‘Sunshine Project’, the street children in the metropolis of Delhi enables the school visit. The room in which the cutter Kuka Arora welcomes its customers, has no window. Anyone who comes here, in the heart of the metropolis of Delhi, for the fitting, must first, by a very spacious dining room. At noon you can hear from there, bright voices. ‘Ah, the children come home from school,’ says Arora. Kuka Arora lives the life of a typical Indian middle-class as self-employed. His wife, Parity city guide. He goes out with friends to the gym. The family would be financially quite well — were it not for the children.
Fill in the entire dining room
And at the open door to the staircase further passing currents: To the children of Mr hosts are, Arora furnished be roof. Here, too, the tables are now double and triple occupied. Aroras tailoring has just a few employees. It is located in one of the simpler area of Delhi. Slums and middle-class Apartments, are closely intertwined. On the front it smells like a small exhaust car, in the backyard, to misery. Please send to: IBAN DE BIC DEUTDEHH keyword ‘Sunshine Project’. Foundation star it all started in the year. There’s a little girl fell to Arora, the left Hand was missing. The small Rosini was maybe two years old, he estimates. In begging in front of a cinema the neighborhood. He and his wife began to bring regularly something to eat. To be able to Kuka Arora with his wife, Parity: more street children, has furnished the couple with the roof of his house But one day she was gone. Kuka, Parity, and found you next to a busy main road, they had been sent there because there was more to beg. The Aroras made a Deal with the homeless parents: they paid Rosini education, health care and food. The parents let you go to school. ‘After a few days, more and more street children, who had heard of the Rosini came,’ says Arora.
‘And there were always more
The children came to the end of his financial resources, but the Aroras made. Help came through the German flight attendant Julia Hillebrecht, the landed randomly in Aroras tailoring. Since then, she’s collecting donations for his ‘Sunshine Project’ and arranges sponsorship. There are already ‘Sunshine’-children working as teachers, Doctors or managers — and help the next Generation of children. Kuka Arora wants to continue: ‘We still find children on the street, don’t know how old you are or how you are hot’, he says. ‘I just want you to have a happy Childhood. Also on this site, Cookies are used. We can evaluate site usage to use editorial content and advertising-based view. It is important for us, because our offer is financed through advertising. The use of the site, you consent to Cookie usage.