Aangan works to strengthen India’s child protection system so that even the most vulnerable child can have a safe childhood
Building resilience, making safety plans and support networks for children in difficult circumstances
PARENTS AND CHILDREN AGAINST TRAFFICKING/HARM
PACT trains community adults to be barefoot child protection workers
Story of the month:
How 16-year old Preeti found a support system to stand up for herself
In No Man’s Land: Conference Report
Five speakers and panelists discuss the multiple definitions of adolescence, contradictions within different laws, and examine issues of agency, participation and rights.
RESPONSE AND REHABILITATION
Protection and care plans for children rescued from danger or accused of offenses.
IF CHILDREN ARE EMPOWERED, FAMILIES STRENGTHENED and
STATE SERVICES ACTIVATED then CHILDREN WILL BE SAFE.
A safe child:
Is protected from violence and exploitation
Has access to essential services like food and shelter
Has family and community ties
Has opportunities for development