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CRY VOLUNTEERS VISIT THE INTERVENTION AREA OF PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT… AND COME BACK INSPIRED!

It was great visiting the project areas where PORD has been relentlessly working for many years. It was clear from the PORD’s functioning that there are lot of problems that they face every day and lot are lies ahead of them. But they derive strength from the children and partners like CRY.”

It was an amazing opportunity to spend an

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A CHEF IN THE MAKING?

“We were on a day trip from Indore to Sanchi, a seat of ancient Indian historical relics. My five year old, Ujaan was extremely happy as we were all travelling together in an SUV… And after the initial euphoria died down and most of us were either taking snaps or plugged on to the radio, Ujaan started talking by himself!

And

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MEASURING MILESTONES THE MOMMY-WAY

They say having a child is like watching your heart walk outside your body forever! Nothing could be closer to the truth. Being a mother awakens a new purpose for living, and exposes a vulnerable part of your soul that you never knew existed….and can only do that much to protect.

The smell of a baby, the footsteps of a

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MOTHERHOOD: MY EXPERIENCE

“I am a proud, stay at home, full time working mom. I am a mother of two, a son ‘Aidan’ & a daughter ‘Anaia’. (Though Sadly, I lost my precious son Aidan, to an illness 5 years ago at the age of 6, I will always be a mother of two).

My beautiful & kind hearted daughter Anaia is now 8

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WHY WE CHOSE CRY

“VITAL is happy to contribute towards the Muktangan Project (Coalition for Child Rights Protection, West Bengal). Malnourished and abandoned children begging for survival is such a common sight at India’s major stations that they have become just another everyday feature of the railway platform – no more human than the trains or tracks. Current efforts to counteract

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WILL BUDGET FY17 GIVE CHILDREN THEIR DUE?

After the tabling and presentation of the financial budget of the term 2016-17 by the Indian government, in a profounding statement released by Komal Ganotra, Director, Policy, Research and Advocacy, CRY, it was quoted as: “The non-voting population of the country has yet again not received adequate resources in the Union Budget 2016-17. The increased outlays in social sector

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THE POWER OF FIVE

Motherhood is a journey like no other. Because it starts with the decision to have your heart go walking around outside your body. It’s headier than the headiest of roller coaster rides by being fun, exhilarating, exhausting, challenging, confusing and rewarding, all at the same time. And there’s nothing that can prepare one for this ultimate ride of the life. All that one can possibly do is hang on tight.

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ANGANWADI – A CHILD’S FIRST STEP TOWARDS A HEALTHY START

This is the story of the three remote hamlets residing on the peripheries of the Bheembandh forests in the Haveli Kharagpur block of Munger, Bihar. These three villages of Motitarhi, Kenduatarhi and Doodhpaniya now sport one ICDS centre catering to 40 children, and two mini ICDS centres catering to 20 children in the age group of (3-6) years

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NUMERO UNO

In the entire village of Bansipur (Munger, Bihar), there is only one college-goer. Her name is Julie Kumari.

If that fact has surprised you, what will add to it is that this is a village of ‘Musahars’ (stigmatised as rat eaters) and the college is situated at a distance of two hours from the village.

And there’s more to come.

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AARAMBH’16

DHFL presents Aarambh’16 powered by Precision Plastics is the flagship event of the Social Responsibility Forum (SRF) of ASMSOC, NMIMS University. It is a 5km marathon held at Bandstand, Bandra every year, since the past 6 years. We see people from all over the city coming to run for charity, run for humanity. All the proceedings from the event will be donated

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YOU GIVE WITH AN OPEN HEART

“At NYK Line India Pvt. Ltd., it is our mission to improve and enhance the quality of life and sustainability of the community.  Health and nutrition are our key focus areas, and as a result, we found a perfect fit in the CRY-supported project, Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action (SNEHA).

We were convinced to join forces with CRY

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YOU MAKE CHILDREN’S DREAMS COME TRUE

“For 13 years now, we’ve worked alongside CRY in making a difference in our communities in Latur. Research had shown that the critical issue in Latur was the issue of child protection both at the State and National Level. With this premise, we worked on an in-depth program approach on protection. First, we built on our existing body

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