Orphan
Orphan

Adoption

Hope will rehabilitate orphans and destitutes through adoption into loving and secure family units.
In order to ensure safety security and well being children, strict adoption rules will be followed
by Hope. The following conditions are required to be fulfilled for adoption of a child.

Childless married couple may adopt a child from HOPE.
The couple should be financially stable, mentally and physically fit
The couple should have confirmed medical reports from reputed medical professionals about their
inability to bear children in future.
The couple should not be above 45 years of age.
The couple should provide legal rights of a natural born child to the adopted child.
The couple can adopt a child only through legal procedure.

We are working for Legal Aid for the poor people

WAYS OF PROVIDING LEGAL AID TO THE ELIGIBLE PERSONS BY LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES.

By engaging competant advocates fo prosecuting / conducting/defending cases / suits in courts and tribunals.

By paying fees to the engagaed lawyers as per rule.

By bearing all litigation expenses for and on behalf of the legal aided persons.

By paying all expenses in bringing witnesses/ producing relevent documents.

By providing certified copies of judgements and orders of the suit/ case to the aided person.

By making sincere attempt at resolving the legal dispute expenditiously through Con- ciliation, Negotiation etc.

By converting the settlement / resolution arrived at through Conciliation, Negotiation to a decree through Loka Adalat.

WHOM TO CONTACT FOR LEGAL AID

Member Secretary, Assam State Legal Services Authority, 2nd floor, District Judges New Court Building,
Guwahati-781001, Phone 0361-2601843 (O), 0361-2461764 (R).

Secretary, District Legal Services Authority of the concerned District.

Eligibility criteria for legalservices.

Every persons who has to file or defend a case shall be entitled to legal services if that person is :

A member of Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribes.

A victim of trafficking in human being or begar as referred to in article 23 of the Constitution.

A Women or a child.

A person with disability as defined in clause (i) of section 2 of the persons with Disabilities
( Equal opportunities, Protection of rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995.

A person under circumstances of undeserved want such as being a victim of a mass disaster,
ethics violence, caste atricity, flood, drought, earthquake or industrial disaster.

An industrial workman.

In custody, including custody in a protective home within the meaning of clauses (g) of section 2 of the
immoral traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 or in a juvenile home within the meaning of clause (i) of section 2
of the juvenile justice Act, 1986, or in a psychiatric Hospital or psychiatric Nursing home within the meaning
of clause (g) of section 2 of the Mental Health Act. 1987.

In receipt of annual income less than rupees twenty five thousand or such other higher amount as may be
prescribe by the state Government, if the case is before a court other than the supreme court, and less than
rupees fifty thousand or such other higher amount as may be prescribe by the Central Government, if the
case is before the Supreme Court.

 










 
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