T.R.A.C.K.S is a project, that has started to rehabilitate homeless mothers and their children living on Howrah Station in 1992. Since then they settled on one Platform of the Howrah Station, called "Yatra Platform". T.R.A.C.K.S Howrah Station does not have a building, but a wall with only a few meters of platform and two derelict alcoves. Their meager resources fit into 2 metal trunks, which are carried to "Yatra Platform" every day at 9 am and brought back at 4pm. The pattern of work followed building up trusting relationships on the station, initial screening, health care, nutritional midday meal, education and vocational training for mothers. When mothers and children are ready to move, they are taken to T.R.A.C.K.S family care home in Amtalla. In Amtalla everyone lives together as a large family; children go to local schools, mothers work in the market garden area and raise goats or chickens. They also learn parenting and other vocational skills. The work is of a highly sensitive nature, as the mothers come from extremely abusive backgrounds and are fearful of reprisals. One of the mothers, who originally lived on Howrah station now works as a station field worker. Another family lived on the platform with four children. One of the daughters is now married and works as a trained teacher. T.R.A.C.K.S has placed more than 4000 children through other NGO`S into the main stream. Several single mothers have been rehabilitated and enabled them a proper life.