Child Rights and You

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"At CRY, we do not believe in charity. Nor do we run schools, orphanages or dispensaries. Instead we partner grassroots-level NGOs working with children, their parents and communities. Over 30 years of working with and for children have taught us that resources have little to do with it. In over 13000 villages and slums across 20 States, we have witnessed transformational change happening. All it takes is communities becoming aware of their rights and coming together to ensure them. Not just by enrolling children in schools but by addressing the root causes that keep them hungry, illiterate, exploited and abused. Causes like gender, caste, livelihoods and displacement."[1]


Accessed June 2012: [2]



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  1. Child Rights and You About, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.
  2. Child Rights and You Trustees, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.