CHILDREN OF INDIA FOUNDATION

 

 

 

 

40% of children in India live in difficult situations

 

 

It takes a community to uplift a child

 

 

We empower the most vulnerable children and their families

 

 

We are Terre des Hommes Netherlands in India

 

 

OUR REACH

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CHILDREN
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STATES
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VILLAGES
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FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES

 

 

Our Story

Children of India Foundation (CIF) is a registered Non-Profit Organization based in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. It was founded in the year 2002 by a group of socially committed individuals. CIF is presently engaged in activities related to health, livelihoods and education.

 

 

 

 

WE ARE RESPONDING

TO COVID-19

 

 

 

 

OUR PROJECTS

IMAGE

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The Initiatives for Married Adolescent Girls’ Empowerment (IMAGE) empowers victims of child marriage in areas of health, education, social protection, vocational training and against gender-based violence 

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Children GOOD

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Children empowerment for Getting Out of the Devadasi System (GOOD) focuses on addressing the social and sexual exploitation faced by young girls in lower caste communities caused by a traditional practice which dedicates them as sex workers.

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Girls' Advocacy Alliance

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Girls’ Advocacy Alliance prevents child marriage and child trafficking in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana advocating with the Government, the Civil Society, Religious Authorities and Law Enforcement Agencies.

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Other projects

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Other projects include CIF’s work in socio-economic development, specifically educational assistance to children in need from Government schools, emergency medical assistance to the poor

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Our Invesment

 

 

Apart from our interventions focusing on children, we also work with their families and communities, the Government, Civil Society Organisations, Law Enforcement Agencies and the Private Sector. This multi-stakeholder approaches ensures a conducive environment for children to thrive.

 

 

 

What People Say

  • The IMAGE programme has helped a lot of young
    adolescent girls in our village. They are now more
    aware of good health and nutrition practices.

    Ms. Bhagya
    ASHA Worker
  • The GOOD project has been really helpful in our
    area. They have helped identify vulnerable girls and
    victims. They have also sensitised the Panchayat on
    the issues of Devadasis, and now we are more aware.

    Mr. Raju Doddamani
    Gram Panchayat Secretary
  • We are not none, we are one. People are now realising
    the strength of girls.

    Ms. Divya
    Youth Advocate

 

 

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