APPROACH

Nearly 1.73 million children die in India every year due to lack of treatment. We work with communities and the government health systems to improve child and maternal health care. 

Child Protection
India has the largest number of child labourers in the world. We work to expose and prevent exploitative child labour practices. We also have child labour prevention programs in areas like West Bengal & Bihar where child trafficking is rampant.

Education
7.1 million children in India do not go to school. We work to ensure that all children join school. This helps them stay out of child labour as well as in building a promising future for themselves.

Responding to Emergencies and Disaster Risk Reduction
Children are the worst affected victims of natural disasters. We work to ensure their right to survival and development after an emergency by providing immediate support.

We also train children to resist critical situations during natural disasters


What We Do Exactly
The Child Protection Programme
 is a core sector of our work. We utilize a child rights programming framework and keep in mind the cross-cutting themes of child participation, non-discrimination and best interests of children. Our child protection work focuses on three key “evidence” groups:

1. Children affected by disasters/emergencies and conflict, including Disaster Risk Reduction.

2. Exploitation & child trafficking

3. Children in the worst forms of labour and children with inadequate parental care including alternatives to institutional care.

Understanding good and best practices in care and protection is a major focus of our programme work. This requires quality monitoring and evaluation (research & studies) in order to identify good practices in documentation and sharing of this evidence. Some of the most important activities of our Child Protection programme include:

• Improving the understanding of the situation of vulnerable children in need of care and protection.

• Building children's resilience and supporting their participation in their own protection, including child-led organisations and child-to-child support.

• Promoting diversion from inappropriate or punitive responses and encouraging the reintegration of children who have been stigmatised because of their coping strategies in the absence of effective protection mechanisms.

• Demonstrating the benefits of preventative approaches and early intervention over interventions at a later stage.

• Supporting the development of community-based care and protection systems.

• Support to the co-ordination and integration of services and support to vulnerable children.

• Encouraging moves away from services directed towards particular problems towards services addressed to supporting the functioning and coping strategies of children and families.

• Building the care and protection of children into broader social welfare, poverty reduction and other national development strategies.

• Building the capacity of duty bearers to deliver effective care and protection.

• Advocating for legal and policy reform in line with the principles and standards of the Child Rights For Change and other relevant international and regional instruments.

Current Projects
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Master Chandan (12 Years)
Disease : Heart disease (RHD/Sev MR)
 
 
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Master Anuj (04 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer (AML)
 
 
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Tanu (05 Months)
Disease : VSD (Heart Disease)
 
 
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Master Anas ( 08 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer (APML)
 
 
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Baby Sriyansi (01 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer (ALL)
 
 
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Mukesh Kumar (14 Years)
Disease : Heart disease(ASD)
 
 
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Master Ayush (12 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer (PCNSL)
 
 
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Master Arpit (22 Months)
Disease : SRNS-IR
 
 
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Abhiranjan Kumar (1.8 Years)
Disease : Acute Promyeloid Leukemia
 
 
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Shifa (7 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer
 
 
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Aman (14 Years)
Disease : Blood Cancer (ALL)
 
 
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Dev (13 Years)
Disease : Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
 
 
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Manish (08)
Disease : Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
 
 
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Amit Kumar (13)
Disease : Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
 
 
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Parkhi (10)
Disease : Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
 
 
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Rohit (13)
Disease : Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
 
 
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Altmash (5)
Disease : Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
 
 
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Amit Kumar (3)
Disease : Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
 
 
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Kaunain raja (7.5)
Disease : cancer
 
 
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Yash (2 years)
Disease : cancer
 
 
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Priya (10 years)
Disease : blood cancer
 
 
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Prasum (5 years)
Disease : blood cancer
 
 
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Abdul (1.8 years)
Disease : Blood Cancer
 
 
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Shruti (3 years)
Disease : blood cancer
 
 
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Shristi (4 years)
Disease : blood cancer
 
 
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Sagar (7 years)
Disease : Blood Cancer(AML)
 
 
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Aqsa (4 years)
Disease : blood cancer
 
 
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Ansh (3 years)
Disease : Blood Cancer
 
 
National Calamities
J and K flood relief campaign

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Relief Camp for differently abled beggars

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Nepal earthquake relief camp

There is little left of Nepal's various cities. Half of it lies abandoned, its  more

 
News & Events
Blanket Distribution

Blankets are frequently distributed to those homeless people who are asleep without any more

Food Distribution

Food distribution camps are often arranged in the nearby and connected slums.We with th more

Visit in Slum Areas

We often organize camps in Slum areas where we provide them with food, clothes and othe more

Students of Chattravas Vidya for Free Education

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eNGO awards

We are now globally trusted and a validated NGO.

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Testimonials
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