This World Day Against Trafficking (July 30 2018), Save the Children and e-Commerce major Snapdeal launched a campaign to fight rampant child trafficking in India. The campaign, #KidsNotForSale drew enthusiastic support from all corners, particularly on the social media.

Every day, 174 children go missing in India and many of them end up on streets (involved in begging, child labour), homes of the rich (involved in domestic work) and even brothels (involved in prostitution). Through the campaign, we urged the citizens of India to take a stand against this inhuman practice is now by signing our petition urging the Government of India to enforce stricter measures to fight Child Trafficking.

Various media outlets extensively covered the campaign. Here are links to the media coverage in some of India’s prominent news networks:

Economic Times Story

Economic Times Story

India Today Story

Outlook India Story

India News Story

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