Children are the most vulnerable members of society and need extra protection from harm. To grow up properly and reach their full potential, they need a loving and nurturing environment.
A large part of the responsibility to ensure that children are protected against all odds rests with organisations working on child rights India. These rights are drafted explicitly to fulfil children’s needs and support their overall well-being, allowing them to lead a happy and safe childhood. These rights include the right to life, education, healthcare, protection from violence and exploitation, and participation in decision-making.
There are various NGOs, such as Bal Raksha Bharat (also known as Save the Children), which work to ensure that child rights India are implemented from the grassroots level. Bal Raksha Bharat works in different fields pertaining to children’s well-being, such as education, health & nutrition, resilience building, protection from harm, and disaster relief services. They have launched various initiatives to create awareness and advocate vehemently for upholding child rights in India.