The UMEED Special Education project supports children under the age of 6 years with special needs who are orphaned and abandoned and living within the premises of Society for Indian Children's Welfare (SICW). The project ensures their right to equality and a dignified life where self-reliance is secured.

UMEED classes are designed to develop the children’s cognitive, communication, self-help, motor, and academic skills through a progressive curriculum based on milestones. Emphasis is put on social integration. The children also receive physiotherapy, speech therapy, prosthetics, and other aids, depending on the nature of their disability.

Name of the Centre Capacity Partner
Umeed 20 Society for Indian Children's Welfare (SICW)