"Being disabled should not mean being disqualified from having access to every aspect of life.”
Emma Thompson

Our Beneficiaries

Every penny we collect goes directly to the children in need. Here, you can read the personal accounts of some of the children who have benefitted from your generosity.


“I was born in a village called Bhavad in Rajasthan. I have 4 older brothers and 3 younger sisters. Both my limbs are polio affected. I was not so by birth.” More about Raj 
Update (2014) : Raj is now in final year BA at University of Jodhpur.



Anuradha completed her primary school studies at SKSN before moving to a school that offered science classes so that she could pursue her dream of becoming a doctor. More about Anuradha
Update (2014) : Anuradha is working for Indian Railways, a prestigious job with a lucrative salary package.



“While SKSN gave me an opportunity to live my childhood like any able-bodied child, Polio Children is helping boys and girls like me become independent in adult life. Without this help from Polio Children, most us would have had to return to our villages with no real prospects for work or for an independent life. “ More about Janak
Update (2014) : Janak is now in second year BA at the University of Jodhpur.


Mr. Oparaku Jaja

Pictured on his wedding day in December 2013, Mr. Oparaku Jaja, who completed his Masters in IT with support from Polio Children and who now heads the Statistics Department at the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in his native Nigeria.


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