Matruchhaya Orphanage at Ponda in Goa is an orphanage for girls. This orphanage is managed by Catholic nuns who take care of the orphans with a lot of love and care. The girls here are provided with food, clothing, education and shelter. They are also imparted moral values to help them grow into responsible citizens of our country.
Matruchhaya (meaning “mother’s home”) is an orphanage located in Ponda, Goa, India. It was founded in 1984 by Nirmala Carvalho, and is run by her charity organisation, the Society of Sisters of Charity. The orphanage is home to around 200 orphans, most of whom are HIV positive. The sisters at Matruchhaya provide the children with food, clothing, shelter, education, and healthcare. They also teach the children.
Matruchhaya is an orphanage located in Ponda, Goa, India. It was established in 1995 by Thenmozhi Sivakami. The orphanage provides shelter and education to orphans and destitute children. The main objective of the orphanage is to provide proper education and upbringing to these children with the help of funding from donors and well-wishers. Several notable personalities, including former President of India A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, have visited the orphanage and praised its work.
Matruchhaya is an orphanage located in Ponda in Goa. It was started by Ms. Asha Apte in 1989 and named after her mother Mrs. Mathru Fernandes. The orphanage initially started with 4 orphans and now it has around 100 children. The orphanage provides food, clothing, education and shelter to the children who are forsaken by their parents or have no one to look after them.