Inadequate care

Inadequate care
One of the biggest myths is that children in orphanages or children’s home are there because they have no parents. This is not the case. The parents to most of them simply can’t afford to feed them, provide clothes or educate them.  For government and charities, placing children in institutions is often seen as the most straightforward solution. We are working to develop alternatives that enable families and communities to provide the care that gives every child the chance to thrive and which is every child’s right.  Institutional care should be used as a last resort and only in the best interest of the individual child. Currently we are working in 8 districts of Jammu and Kashmir to promote family, kinship and other alternative care. During this time we are also trying to provide support to 25 children’s home/orphanages run by government and non government agencies to improve their care and protection standards.

How we help children

Health & Nutrition

Health & Nutrition

We provide robust health and nutrition benefits to the children coming from the most marginalised communities.

Education

Education

We help children with limited means get access to quality education, with a focus on street children and girls.

Child protection

Child protection

All children have the right to a healthy, happy and fulfilling life. Donate Money & Support Charity to Keep children safe & free from harm. You can also donate online to support a Child Protection Programme.

Emergencies

Emergencies

Children can't wait for help in the times of crisis. We work to help children move past the trauma of a disaster and rebuild their lives.

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