• Welcome to JeevaJyothi
    Action for street and working children
  • Jeeva Jyothi believes in peoples participation.
  • Welcome to JeevaJyothi
    Action for street and working children
  • Jeeva Jyothi believes in peoples participation.
  • Welcome to JeevaJyothi
    Action for street and working children

Children

Jeeva Jyothi offers a range of services to children from Pre School till Career education based on the UN Convention on the rights of the child Read More...

Disability

Jeeva Jyothi extends community based rehabilitation programme for the persons with disabilities as enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Read More...

Community

In order to sustain the services extended to children and the disabled, Jeeva Jyothi empowers and enables the local communities Read More...

Unorganised Workers

Jeeva Jyothi through its intervention identified that the rights of children and disabled cannot be restored without addressing the livelihood challenges. Thus stared to work for the rights of unorganized workers Read More...

About Jeeva Jyothi

Jeeva jyothi was founded in 1994 with 4 enthusiastic social activists coming together to bring some ethical changes in the lives of the children in difficult circumstances especially children in the streets and working children. Initially they started working in a village called Kosappur , because while visiting the village there were youth boys already taking free tuition for the children, after talking with them they joined as volunteer for Jeeva jyothi.

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The Founder

  • Mr. Susairaj, eminent social activist, having international experience of working with Children and Workers started Jeeva Jyothi in 1994 with his band of four social activists to work towards ensuring child rights to the underprivileged children toiling as labourers and living in streets. Read more...