educate the child, do not beat!!
According to the Ministry of Women and Child Development 2007 reports, 69% of children are physically abused, 53% face sexual abuse, and 49% face emotional abuse. Further, 1 in 11 children are child labour (census, 2011) and approximately 150 children go missing every day in India (NCRB, 2016). These statistics show the severity of the problem and seek us to ensure the protection of every child.
We create awareness around different forms of violence, possible risk and its impact on health, learning, and behaviour
Through various sessions we help empower children, encourage child participation and motivate them to discuss and find the solution of their problems
Eliminating Societal Abuse
We work to eliminate societal abuse like child marriage, child labour, child trafficking etc
We conduct training of professionals and concerned stakeholders to build their capacity and enhance their skills to deal with children effectively
Children’s Groups and Committees
We create children’s groups and committees at local level to ensure the protection of children. It is based on the concept of children led approach
Co-ordination with District & State level Child Protection Unit
We co-ordinate with child protection units to effectively implement the child protection policies and programmes