(Svenska) “Att rädda barn är att rädda framtiden.” Selma Lagerlöf


Project began: 2015

“Panchsheel Tribal Residential School” is located in Amravati, Maharashtra. The school has almost 600 students. All the children come from poor families and are tribal children. Panchsheel is a special place for these children where they receive education, food, shelter and care. In 9-12th grade all the children at Panchsheel Tribal Residential School can choose to take classes in sewing, carpentry, computer, electronics or engineering. This extra…Read more »


Project began: 2000-07, 2014
Vanitha och Allen

In 2000 Barn i Nöd met the two Indian women Jessy and Vanitha for the first time. Their story is unique and worth pondering. Both had a good education and a secure future. They left everything and moved to Delhi’s poorest slum  to start work amongst the children. In the beginning they had a very difficult time with lots of diseases and a difficult culture to adapt to….Read more »

Home of Love

Project began: 2009

Manacapuru is a city along the Amazon River. By car, about one hour drive from Manaus, in the heart of the Amazon. Manacapuru has about 85 000 inhabitants. Many of the people living here have moved in from different villages in the jungle with a dream and hope for an easier life. But it is not easy to get a job in the city and life often…Read more »

School project Mukarangye

Project began: 2016

The school “Mukarangye”, located in Kabale town, southwestern Uganda, was founded in 2010 by pastor/teacher Wycliff and his wife Gilian. They are originally from Uganda but since a few years back they live in Sweden. Wycliff wanted to do something for the children and started a preschool in his old hometown. When three years had passed they expanded preschool with regular classes, with permission from the authorities…Read more »


Project began: 2012

The first group of thirty-two children came to the center May 1, 2013. A program was started to support the children and care for their needs. Marta, the Hanna Center’s director, was contacted by their teachers in school just a few months into the program. To Marta’s delight she received positive reports about changes in the children’s behavior at the public school they attend and all of…Read more »


Project began: 1989

BaanChivitMai means “home of new life” and is an independent local organization in Thailand that has saved hundreds of children and teenagers from prostitution and drug trafficking. The ministry was started in 1989 in the capital city of Bangkok and a few years later in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. BaanChivitMai gives children and young people a place to live and the opportunity to attend school. BaanChivitMai also…Read more »

Rangala Baby Home

Project began: 1982

The staff at Rangala Baby Home shower affectionate help and care on the small children. Many of the children are HIV-infected, but with the correct medicine right from the start, around 30% of the children can grow up and lead a healthy life. Rangala Baby Home is owned by the Catholic Church. In 1939, Franciscan sisters from England started a centre to distribute medicine. They taught the…Read more »

Neve Michael

Project began: 2010
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Neve Michael is a safe haven for Israeli children at risk whose biological parents can no longer care for them. They provide sustenance, education, and a warm and caring environment to needy children from the ages of 3 to 18 years old. Neve Michael, located in Pardes Hana, Israel, serves children from all over the country who were brought to their doorstep at a tender age and…Read more »


Project began: 2009

Approximately 20 years ago, a German organization started a school and rehabilitation centre for the handicapped in Padhar which is situated around 15 kilometers from Shahpur. Today, there are more than 200 children and adolescents living at this centre for the handicapped. More than 100 are blind, about 60 are deaf, 20 are physically handicapped and 16 are mentally handicapped. The future of these children is hard…Read more »

Good Hope Blind Mission

Project began: 2004

Daniel is a man from Kottayam in Kerala. He is married and has two children. He has worked with blind people for over thirty years and he has good experience about their needs. In 2004, he turned to Barn i Nöd and asked for help because he did not receive any economic support from any place for the work with the blind. Daniel and his colleagues work…Read more »

Emanuel Ebenezer Home

Project began: 1992

In the 1930’s, Ebenezer Home was started by Esther Premswarup. In 1982, Barn i Nöd started to support the home in Shahpur and then in 1992, took the complete economic responsibility of Ebenezer Education Society and Ebenezer Home. Since 1992, when Barn i Nöd took over the organization, a new orphanage and a new school have been constructed. SIDA has contributed money for the new school. There are…Read more »


Project began: 1979

Agape Child Centre is the first orphanage that Barn i Nöd started in 1979 and it is situated in Kerala, south India. There are approximately 80 boys and girls who live in the orphanage today and these children come from very impoverished families. The parents of these children cannot afford to give food or education to their children. At Agape, all the children have a cozy home…Read more »

Ray of Hope

Project began: 2004

Glória Santos has grown up in and lives in Manaus, in the heart of the Amazon rain-forest. She started Ray of Hope in June 2003. She has a special love for all the children who live along the Amazon River. There are no roads to this place and one can only reach the villages by boat. The boat journey to the different villages takes many hours. The…Read more »

Instituto Evangélico

Project began: 1999

Poverty characterizes the Brazilian society. The young people are drawn into crime and drug abuse. There is an increase in the absence from schools. The young girls get pregnant without knowledge and means to care for the child themselves. The crying need is to assist them and to attempt to make a difference. When Barn i Nöd first came to the centre in Japeri in 1999, the…Read more »