CRY, as a committed NGO for child trafficking prevention, uses a solution-oriented approach to this deep-rooted problem. Child trafficking denies children their basic rights to good health, nutrition, education, and freedom from violence and exploitation. To help stop child trafficking, the program focuses on
Connecting with the government mechanism to rescue victims
Mobilising the communities against child trafficking by organizing awareness rallies and reinforcing the importance of education for children.
Restoration and rehabilitation of the trafficked victims through counselling support to the children.
Connecting parents with MNREGA job opportunities to decrease the financial pressure.
CRY has been working with its partners and communities across India, to ensure that underprivileged children stay safe from child trafficking. Here’s a snapshot of the work we do to empower children and communities.
According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report of 2018, more than half (51%) of all trafficking victims in India were children. Shockingly, over 80% of these child victims were girls. This number is a wake-up call regarding India’s growing child trafficking crisis, making it one of the biggest fights to fight.
Providing safety and protection to India’s underprivileged children is the need of the hour. Your donation to CRY can ensure access to better healthcare services, education and mental health support for these children. To support our cause and contribute to the NGO fighting against child trafficking, donate today. Your contribution will help rescue child trafficking victims, provide them with education and create a safer future for them. Donate to stop child trafficking today!
I have been contributing to CRY for about ten years because I understand that CRY gets the most out of every rupee and does not bother with fripperies. Children must be cared for above all else. I am a typical urban middle class person but I know that I am a direct or indirect beneficiary of many people’s kindness. To repay that debt, if I can’t go out and work for children myself, I can at least contribute money to CRY’s work.
Our children are our assets and the future of our country but thousands of underprivileged children do not get proper education. Organizations like CRY take the effort to uplift their lives but they need our support. Please support CRY generously.
I chose CRY because I trust that whatever is contributed will be used for the right cause, will reach the intended recipients and will not be misused. The programs are typically far reach programs and also region-specific, which I really like.