SNEH Foundation has collaborated with 16 Aanganwadis, a government child development initiative where underprivileged children get free food and medicine. One Aanganwadi comprises of approximately 25 to 30 children so that makes it to a total of 350-400 children. SNEH Foundation is providing day to day guidance in running their everyday work. Our team visits these places and teaches these children. The team not only teaches these children, but also keeps a track of their day by day development and progress. There are teachers appointed to teach on all days.The team visits the Aanganwadis on weekends but analyzes and keeps a track of the students condition and helps them in any possible way; be it providing teaching aids, playing with the kids or introducing innovative ways of teaching.We take care of severe malnourished kids , provide medicine to them along with handling infrastructure related issues. Our main aim is to reach out to larger audience through aaganwadi project, help them solve their problems in every possible way. We counsel parents and people living in aagwandi areas on social issues like drug addiction, family planning, child education, women empowerment, health, hygiene etc. The team also distributes nutritious fruits for the kids associated with the team. The team keeps an extra eye on the health of each and every child and ensures their well being. Health check-ups are organized on monthly basis. Side by side, we also meet the parents of these children and make sure that they enroll the kids to school once they are old enough to get admission. If required, we counsel the parents and tell them the importance of education. We have provided 6 ceiling fans to different places plus we pay electricity bills too to run these fans during summer. We provide cupboards, required stationeries ,educational games , toys etc. We celebrate birth days & anniversaries of desired people with these kids. We have enrolled 60-70 children in nearby schools who were above 6 years and not going to schools due to various reasons. We encourage these kids by giving some gifts like tiffin boxes, water bottles etc. We do street plays to teach good habits to the community. We have observed a lot of improvement in the communities and have received a lot of appreciation.