Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

In this organization, we come across all sorts of questions. People need to understand us more what we are about and what we do.

Here are some of the asked questions of all rime.

  1. What is the child survival summit organization?

It is a group of people who work to the to help people. More so children and women as the minority group. This is mainly possible from contributions from the locals, private sponsors, the government or also fundraising. Through partnerships with other organizations we make help available to those in need.

  1. What criteria is followed to get help?

Once there is a situation where need is required, we send our team to the site and determine how serious the situation is. In the case of natural disasters, we provide the people affected with resources such as beddings, food and shelter.

However, if you have a normal need or you live in poverty, you come to our offices to register. We follow up your issue by sending our support team who investigate and assess you to determine where we can help you. It can either be education for your children, shelter or food. You do not have to pay anything as membership or registration fee. It’s all free.

  1. What has the organization achieved so far?

Since the opening of our organization main aim is to help people, that is what we do. Since 2012, we have enrolled more than 500 children in school, both junior school, high school, university and colleges. We believe a better education will help eradicate poverty.

We have also helped manage disaster stricken areas by providing resources and clean up. Additionally, we have built a health facility in Utta Pandesh after the flood.

There are a number of projects we have at the moment like developing a children’s home for the orphans and another home for the elderly who have no one to care for them.

  1. Are there any challenges you face in the organization?

As any other organization, we sometimes experience a lot of challenges. For instance, some projects come to a standstill due to lack of funds, there are delays in receiving funds which makes it hard for us to help more people at that particular time. During such a time, some people go back home disappointed as there is nothing for them. That always break my heart but I do not give up easily. I usually believe, tomorrow will be a better day and wait.