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    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.
  • Women Empowerment

    Women in India consistently lag behind men in terms of access to education, health care, jobs etc. Apart from the economic and social inequality, women are victims of heinous crimes such as dowry deaths, rape, molestation and immoral trafficking.
  • Leprosy Mission

    Some Patients who were affected by leprosy came seeking admission for their children in the home. These parents said that they are afraid to keep their children in the colony because all of them are affected with leprosy.
  • Food for Hungry Children

    One in eight women, men and children go to bed hungry every night and by 2025 nearly a billion young people will face poverty because of the damage done to them now through hunger and malnutrition.

Education is a basic human right, an investment for the future peace and prosperity of our world. Education can protect entire generations of at-risk communities from cycles of poverty. The opportunity to go to school not only opens more and new vocational opportunities, increases earning potential, improves health outcomes and promotes girls’ rights, but – for the most vulnerable children – education can be the difference between freedom and lifelong exploitation. There is a growing recognition of the need to reach the most vulnerable, the marginalised, the poor, those in conflict and emergency situations. Ensuring equitable access to education for these children is critical to eradicating poverty. For those vulnerable to exploitation, the chance to receive an education provides protection for themselves and for future generations and can be the difference between life and death. There are an estimated 168 million child labourers in ...

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