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The Story of a Committed Anganwadi Worker

20 April, 2018Posted In : Blog

Kavita, appointed as an Anganwadi Worker under Integrated Child Development Scheme in September, 201 READ MORE

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An Internship That Inspires

12 April, 2018Posted In : Blog

Blame the competitive professional environment, but very few students get to intern at a place that READ MORE

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10 April, 2018Posted In : Blog

Today is a big day for Ms. Shashi Prasad. With palpable excitement on her face she stands outside th READ MORE

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    I’ve always believed in and I stand for child rights because it is absolutely unreal and unthinkable to imagine a child being treated poorly. They bring happiness to you and its important that all of us be responsible and make sure we give back the happiness back to them. Nobody in this world has got the right to treat them poorly.

    Sourav Ganguly (President, Cricket Association of Bengal)
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    Working with CRY has been a very revealing and enriching experience. I realized that there are many small things that can be done to contribute to child rights. Yes, what is needed is a bit of sensitivity and willingness to do something worthwhile.

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