Once Neeraja enrolled herself in the computer training organised by PMSR with support from Tdh-NL, there was no looking back.
Children of India decided to bring the community together during the testing times of COVID-19, by organising a Rangoli contest in its project areas across the state of Karnataka.
“After the lockdown, we had no income and no food. My mother was planning to resume providing sexual favours to men. I couldn’t stop crying” said Shyamala*.    
The GAA Digital Lab is an initiative facilitated by Children of India’s partner organisations, Shramika Vikas Kendram and Scope RD, to ensure sensitisation among the government and the public regarding issues that girls face during lockdowns due to COVID-19.
“I would like to work to address the issue of sexual exploitation of children from Devadasi and dalit families who are poor and marginalised.”, says Nayana    
Sixteen-year-old Lata was forced to get married to a driver from North Karnataka, when she was fourteen years old. Soon after her marriage, Lata developed serious health problems. There was an infection in her reproductive tract. She had irregular menstruation. She faced several problems from her in-laws because she wasn’t giving them a child. The local...
Helping the Elderly A Corporation Rescue Camp for the elderly in Palanganatham, Tamil Nadu, houses twenty women and eighty men above sixty years of age. These men and women have been rescued by the Madurai Corporation; most of them being deserted by their families, and some of them have physical disabilities.  The elderly are most...
About Karunalaya-A home for Intellectually  Challenged Children Karunalaya home situated in Kollegal Town of Chamrajnagar district in the state of Karnataka was started in the year 1983 and was augmented with the proper infrastructures in the year 2002. This programme facilitated the providing of a second home and imparting training to children of the age...
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