Under partnership with Smile Foundation, Resource Centre for Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS (RCSHA), New Delhi provided financial and technical support in development of BCC materials and capacity building under the Nanhe Sapne project.
Nanhe Sapne is a project wherein Smile Foundation and Child Survival India [CSI] came together. This project was implemented in the most vulnerable areas of Delhi. The project took the responsibility of providing care, support and mainstreaming of HIV inflicted, affected and vulnerable children.
The focus, undoubtedly, was on children inflicted with HIV, children of HIV inflicted parents as well as vulnerable children living on streets, including child labors.
RCSHA, New Delhi came forward as technical partner for the project.