Poverty • 4m 40s
Pristine nature, widespread school campuses, Institute for visually challenged, a health center, an artificial limb center, a neatly built food mess, spacious dorms, open playground and more - well this is how HEAL PARADISE looks like. No one would believe this to be an orphanage when they enter in for the first time. HEAL PARADISE is a model village that breaks the stereotypes of how the livelihoods of orphans are looked at by the society. With health and education as the focus, this institution is certainly a role model for many across the globe.
Director: Prem Anand
Producers: Amar Ramesh
5 min | India
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