Aangan works to strengthen India’s child protection system so that even the most vulnerable child can have a safe childhood

 

Empowering women to create SAFE communities for children

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SuperSmart Shakti Girls and Asli Champion Boys
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Accessible and responsive frontline officials for children’s safety

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The child protection system must be a human system
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Using hyper-local child protection data to keep children safe
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UPDATES AND STORIES


 

When data-shy women and girls dig deep into their lived experience, find precious local knowledge and use it for action - thousands of changes are sparked off across the country. This little handbook tells their story in the hope that it inspires all sorts of marginalised groups to find and use community data for action.

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In 2017-18, we kept children safe by creating community groups, training women volunteers and working in partnership with government across 240 villages/urban settlements in 20 hotspot districts across 6 states.
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Suparna Gupta reflects on how activating community based protection systems for adolescent girls builds resistance to gender based violence in the Harvard University South Asia Institute’s new publication compiled by Jacqueline Bhabha and Anisha Gopi.
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Aangan’s report on the urban slum as a dangerous place for a child to grow up. Neeti Daftari describes how children of the urban poor live and navigate a chaotic present and an uncertain future in order to survive.
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Devika Mahadevan reports on the powerful transformation of Aangan’s PACT community child protection volunteers - women from very marginalized communities who are trained to work in cooperation with local officials to keep children safe.
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At a convening organized by the Freedom Fund to mark International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, Atiya Bose advocated for global anti-trafficking work to focus urgently on prevention.
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