To ensure a professional approach to youth’s overall development, we run several complementary programmes at VIIE. Most of our programmes are focused on the development of the child directly, but other programmes focus on the training of volunteers and staff and integrating the community.

Volunteer based activities

Volunteer management
Education Awareness
Women issues
Medical and Health

Staff related activities

Volunteer management
Women issues
Child and Family counselling

We are planning to organise a savings bank account in a nationalized bank or co-operative bank on the name of each child. We will provide them education loan (without interest).

Child development related activities

Education Awareness
Women issues
Medical and Health
Children Awareness
Children security
Free Book issue
Top Level Management
Children Rights
Children Improving Mind
Children Mind Map
Sports Activity
Co-curricular activities
Medical and Health
Medical care

Family Attachment Programme

Children are innocent and looking for something which can make them happy. Children also have to learn to follow the ‘discipline’ that we all follow. Furthermore, they need to understand the cultural influences they are exposed to, including urban lifestyles, and to develop their social behaviour.

Under our family attachment programme, a family will invite one or more children from VIIE into their houses. The family will spend a day with them and take full responsibility of the child. This will help our children to understand different cultures and social patterns, to learn how to interact with each other, and be confident.

Extra Curricular Activities

Reading Club, Drawing, Arts, Crafts & Sculpture, Environment Education, Yoga, Story Telling, Indoor & Outdoor Games.

Festival Celebration

Our aim is to create awareness with the help of enjoyment. We want the children to know the different festivals to get knowledge of history and culture.

Republic Day of India – 26th January

Indian Independence Day – 15th August

Gandhi Jayanti – 2nd October

Children’s Day – 14th November


Holi and Dhuleti







Good Friday

Health and physical activities

Physical activity is bodily movement of any type. It may include recreational, fitness and sport activities such as running, jumping rope, playing cricket, soccer, lifting weights, as well as daily activities such as walking to the store, taking the stairs or raking the leaves. Physical education produces important health benefits. During our physical activities, we stimulate participants to be active at an intensity that increases their heart rate and produces heavier than normal breathing.

VIIE recommends school-age children at least 20 minutes of physical activity per day while avoiding prolonged periods of inactivity. Ideally every child should be active several hours a day. We stimulate children to be active during their school day by attending physical classes, walking or biking to school, and participating in recreational sports and plays before, during, and after school. Parents and grandparents are urged to get active with their children. Teachers should stimulate them to be active in the classroom and during recess..

The benefits of regular physical activity include:

· Reduction of risk for overweight, diabetes and other chronic diseases

· Improved academic performance

· Building confidence: sports help children to feel better about themselves

· Reduction of the risks of depression and stress-effects

· Preparation of children to be productive, healthy members of society

· Improvement of overall quality of life.