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5 Ways YOU Can Help!

  • Have some free time?
    Volunteer your time and skills, teach, advocate for children’s rights, raise funds, become a changemaker!
  • Really good at something?
    Use your skill to make a difference – it could be anything under the sun, from accounting to photography, from coding to writing for the cause, from data analysis to making films!
  • Witness a child rights violation (child labour, abuse, marriage)?
    Take action. Call 1098, report it immediately!
  • Have resources that could change a child’s life for the better – through education, better health, safer places?
    Pick an NGO that’s working to give children the childhood they deserve and Donate Now!
  • Want to find out other ways in which you can contribute towards creating happy childhoods?
    Visit www.cry.org today!
Saptarshi Blog I Day

The India Behind The Smiling Faces

‘O My God! I cannot eat this food’, ‘O My God! I cannot go to college everyday’, ‘O My God! How can I live without the AC?’ Sounds familiar? Surely does to many of us because we grew up taking things for granted and why not when we have seen only a very small part of the world and chose to neglect the not so happy realities. Hallelujah! It is time we start appreciating.

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Kadali

In Odisha, Children create a Healthy Life for Themselves

Since 2012, Odisha has been a prominent intervention area for CRY. One day when CRY representatives, along with members of its partner Sadhana-Society for Action in Disability and Health Awareness, visited a local school of Laxmiposi village of Baripada block, Mayurbhanj district, they were pleasantly surprised by how well the kids were describing the nutrients present in different fruits and vegetables. Another astounding fact was that every child had at least 1 banana during their tiffin break coming kitchen gardens which they were growing in their homes.

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jeyasutha

Football makes dreams come true again!

When Jeyasutha dropped out of school in the 7th grade, it wasn’t because she didn’t want to go to school anymore. She missed her friends and teachers and desperately wanted to study. But there was one thing she didn’t miss. It was the lack of toilet facilities in her school.

With no proper facilities for girls, she and her classmates had to wait till they got home to relieve themselves every day. Unable to carry on like this, she saw no other option but to drop out.

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Painting a future

Painting a Future

It is quite common to hear adults wanting to relive their childhood- to enjoy those days filled with leisure, lost in the dreamland and free from any tension about future. People universally tend to associate this phase to be driven by unprompted and unplanned events. Until very recently, I too held the same view. The story of Rancy from one of CRY’s Gurugram PAG, however, changed my perception. Hearing her story from her teacher and a fellow volunteer, Rahul, I realized that dreaming is an art, the inspiration of which one draws from their surroundings.

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