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Held in the city of Hyderabad, India, from the 16th to 18th of November 2020, the GAA Asia Workshop was a testimony to the fact that Child Participation does indeed bring about change.     The event, sponsored by the Girls’ Advocacy Alliance (GAA) project in India, hosted close to 200 delegates consisting of children,...
Despite all the country’s effort towards achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), there are many loopholes and bottlenecks in the actions and progress towards achieving the goals in stipulated time. There is a clear need to influence the United Nations in taking proactive action with national governments for achievement of the SDGs. The Girls Advocacy...
Child Led Research is an activity driven by children where they are trained to identify problems in their villages, analyse them and find means to solve them.  In the month of October, Children of India’s GOOD project trained girls who are vulnerable to and victims of exploitation on research tools which would equip them to...
  For marginalised sections of society such as married adolescent girls, the Covid-19 pandemic causes more damage.  For instance, there have been reports of poor mental health among these girls arising out of the anxiety related to their health, economic situation and the underlying uncertainty due to COVID-19. The girls are affected to a larger...
Our project Girls’ Advocacy Alliance in affiliation with Terre des Hommes Netherlands has been featured in the popular e-publication, The Good Sight.     The publication documents interventions on girl child and women development which have been extremely impactful. We are extremely delighted to be recognised for our work and share space with the top...
To get people’s attention on the issue of rising child marriages during the pandemic, Children of India’s IMAGE* project displayed wall paintings in villages in Karnataka, India.        These villages are known for their high incidence of child marriages, where girls as young as 14 tie the knot and their education and dreams...
    My voice and equal future: The theme of International Girl Child Day was proved in true sense by the energetic Youth Advocates of Girls Advocacy Alliance in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State of India. The international Girl Child Day was observed across two States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State under the leadership...
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  Once Neeraja enrolled herself in the computer training organised by PMSR with support from Tdh-NL, there was no looking back.
“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    
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