Handholding economically poor families
The neighborhoods and housing units that individuals and families of limited economic means can access are limited by the restrictions of poverty, discrimination, and segregation. Low-income families experience disproportionate exposure not only to the neighborhood violence that may result in more time spent at home, but also to environmental burdens that lead to health disparities. It is very important that we handhold economically-poor families in different localities. DIN has designed a program to identify and handhold the poorest families in different localities in the districts so that the partners of the locality can identify the educational, nutrition and medical needs of these people and respond in time especially in emergency situations. A specific number of families who are economically poor will be identified and supported.