World Health Day

This World Health Day, Join Hands To Protect Underprivileged Children

The pandemic has hit many communities in India, especially underprivileged children. The long-term damage of the coronavirus outbreak has made matters worse, and further overwhelmed issues like discontinuation of education and malnutrition in India. The closure of government healthcare centres, suspension of the school midday meal scheme, loss of family income etc have affected children across the country. The struggle to provide for the family is causing unbearable hunger, health issues, child abuse etc. But children must not suffer as they deserve proper monitoring and care, timely immunizations, adequate nutrition etc. READ MORE

education of girls in India

This Women’s Day, Help CRY Give Adolescent Girls In India A Brighter Tomorrow

Time and again, we’ve heard or talked about the issue of gender inequality – in our own lives as well as of those around us.

But where does it all begin? For girls from underprivileged communities, it begins when they’re still children. It’s when she notices fewer chapatis on her plate as compared to her brother. When she is asked to discontinue her education while her brother continues to go to school, because her family needs her to take care of household work instead.


NGO for children

Partner With CRY To Give India’s Vulnerable Children A Prosperous Future

Many organizations actively believe in Corporate Social Responsibility to give back to society by contributing towards serving underprivileged communities in India. One of the ways to do so is by partnering with NGOs to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children affected by poverty in India – one of the main reasons why millions of children do not get access to the rights that they are entitled to.


Education for Children

Support The Education Of Children And Avail A 50% Tax Benefit

The pandemic has been difficult for many communities in India, especially underprivileged children. The trail of destruction caused by the pandemic has left an immediate as well as a long-term impact on the lives of children. According to UNICEF, more than 247 million children in India have been impacted due to the closure of schools so far.

International Volunteer Day

Celebrate International Volunteer Day By Joining Hands With CRY

International Volunteer Day is celebrated on the 5th of December to express gratitude for the work they do. This day highlights the hard work and dedication of volunteers who contribute their time and energy to help make a difference in society. The occasion also sheds light on the urgent requirement of having more people join in and support non-profit organizations in their efforts to run impact-oriented programs for underprivileged communities.


International Day of the Girl Child

Celebrate International Day of the Girl Child With CRY

The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated on 11th October to bring attention to the challenges faced by young girls across the globe. The occasion also spreads awareness on how we can collectively help amplify their voices and fight for their future. In India, the empowerment of the girl child is of great importance as there are many young girls, especially from the underserved communities, who are deprived of their basic rights.


education for children

Celebrate International Literacy Day By Supporting Children’s Education

The Coronavirus outbreak has been extremely challenging for people across the world. India is also struggling to handle the repercussions of the pandemic. The impact of COVID-19 is leaving a trail of destruction for India’s underprivileged children, especially in the context of their education. According to UNICEF, more than 247 million children enrolled in elementary and secondary schools and 28 million children who were attending pre-school in Anganwadi centres, have been impacted so far due to the closure of schools.

National Education Policy

A Review of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020

The new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is certainly a welcome move and being an organization that has been working for children’s education as one of children’s fundamental rights – we, at CRY, are looking at some key points from the NEP: the positive change it would bring and what perhaps needs more thought and discussion to yield the desired outcome. Read on to know more about the key ways in which the NEP will impact the children and what are the challenges in each context:

About Us

Child Rights and You (CRY) is an Indian non-profit that believes in every child’s right to a childhood – to live, learn, grow and play. For nearly 4 decades, CRY and its 200 partner NGOs have worked with parents and communities across 23 states to ensure sustainable change in the live of over 2 million underprivileged children.