CHILDLINE India Foundation
May 2012

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President of India, Hon’ble Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil
President of India, Hon’ble Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil

Battling Child Marriage

Tuktuki Khatun, Bithika Das, Adori Pradhan, three teenage girls from Murshidabad were congratulated by the President of India on January 17, 2012 for not succumbing to pressure of an early marriage.


CHILDLINE India Foundation hosted a presentation on 'The Everywhere Child Project..A child friendly place in every space' on February 15, 2012 at Mumbai.


Child labourer at Marine lines station, Mumbai

Aziz Shaikh, a fourteen year old boy was forced to work in a tea stall by relative was rescued by CHILDLINE Mumbai.


Channel V show, Gumrah, partners with CHILDLINE!

Channel [V]’s Gumrah is on air. Gumrah - 'End of the Innocence', a crime reality show is spreading word on CHILDLINE.

Mumbai: Imagine a child who is being abused, but doesn’t know how to describe it or understand what he/she is being subjected to. vast majority of children never open up about sexual abuse, thinking it was their fault or realise only too late that what was happening to them was abuse.

Most people tend to dismiss sexual abuse incidents as random occurrences, which are not necessarily indicative of the society at large. However, statistics seem to tell a different story.

Publications
  • CIF Annual Report
  • The CIF Annual report for the fiscal year 2010-11 has been published. The report presents all activities of CHILDLINE in India and the audited accounts for CIF.

  • ChildNET Vol. 6
  • CHILDLINE calling… is India Listening?”, presents an analysis of ChildNET data for period January 2010 to December 2010.


CHILDLINE India Foundation organised a special programme with Vodafone employees who spent an afternoon with underprivileged children.



Power of Banking, an initiative by CHILDLINE India Foundation and HDFC Bank Ltd aims to spread basic financial knowledge among street children.

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