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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.

  • Train women to Earn & Live – End Poverty.

    This project will empower disadvantaged women and girls through imparting skill training, computer training’s, educational scholarships and Self help, which will help to generate an income for their families and give a better chance of survival.

  • 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.

Ensuring quality education to out-of-school children

A good education, while having the intrinsic value of securing a more dignified life, also has an instrumental value in reducing migration, particularly amongst vulnerable groups such as children and youth. A recent study on adolescent migration revealed that youth often migrate for work because they drop out of school – either because they find it boring or because they find it difficult. With limited engaging local opportunities, migration often becomes the preferred option.
Other studies, also point to the extremely low levels of learning among children who have attended school for a few years. Accordingly, Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust’s efforts have focussed on addressing the quality of education to strengthen the attractiveness of schooling. To this end, village level non-formal education centres and residential literacy camps are organised for out of school children, thus improving educational status whilst simultaneously serving as demonstration sites that engender recognition …