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2,100,000 people suffer from AIDS in India
145,000 children below the age of 15 account for infections
We believe that to make an impact starts with the eagerness to make change. Our team at Happy Indian Village provides shelter, food, education and attention to kids infected by HIV, along with community projects. The children are taken care of by providing healthier living standards and diets, greater availability of medicines, and support. H.I.V emphasis to help the children become self-reliant for themselves and protecting their long term health
Ravi Bapatle: Founder
Ravi started his journey in Journalism and became increasingly aware of the struggles faced by HIV kids in the Latur district in Maharashtra, India. He started H.I.V with the goal to help the children affected by HIV and provide them with better lives.
What We Do
We aim to help people infected by HIV in India receive access to proper healthcare, education and proper shelter by providing adequate resources and support to grow and prosper into unique indiviusal with a special skill set of talents and taught to not be limited by their infection.
Every child no matter their gender, class or infection deserve equal opportunity to receive education and healthcare and at Happy Indian Village we aim to do just that for every child. Approximately 3 million people are affected by HIV in India and far too less have the money and resources to help themselves and at Happy Indian Village we provide children with adequate resources, healthcare and education so they can better their lives. This means better lives for these children, more opportunity and a boost the rural communities we support. We aim to help everyone.