A real change is possible only when the change begins at the roots; our children are the roots of the world's future. At this very moment somewhere in the world there are organisations and people working their souls for the betterment of the society. Be it the UNESCO or some random human, the world knows... Continue Reading →
Every day in India, almost forty girls under the age of fifteen, are forced into prostitution. This film suggests a simple way by which we can help stop this inhuman practice. Do not just keeping thinking inside the closed walls! There are thousands of innocent kids losing their way home as we talk! Just step in and... Continue Reading →
YOU CAN CALL 1098 (Toll Free) if you spot any child labour / kids seeking any help. (Applicable in India) Other countries please share your emergency numbers and share this info.
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A total of 258 child labourers were rescued from across the city in the last one year.
Pratham, an NGO which works for the welfare of children, had conducted 21 rescue operations from across the city.
Seventy-two out of the total children rescued were from Nepal.
This NGO, in the coordination with the police department’s social service branch and state government labour department, raided places after tip-offs.
It raided 21 industries manufacturing bangles and laces and leather units since August.
“We rescued 258 children in the last one year. Seventy-two of them were from the Nepal. The rest were from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and West Bengal. We have put the children at the Dongri and Mankhurd children’s home. After the prescribed procedure, they will be handed over to their parents or relatives,” said Navanath Kamble, chief of children rescue programme, Pratham.
He added that they would find out why…
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