Over one third of the world’s population is children. India stands second among the nations in the highest number of children under the age of 15. India has the largest child labor force in the world. It also has the highest rate of infant mortality.
In response to these staggering facts, IGL has reached into the rural villages of India to provide care and education to these suffering children. There are several ways this is done.
School age children are provided with free education in village schools and after school programs. Infants and toddlers are cared for in day care centers that are operated in a local life center. Children are cared for and educated while parents work.
They are not only receiving the physical care they lack, but are also being taught and loved by Godly men and women who are dedicated to raising them up as children of God.