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Indian Resources -
Child Abuse Prevention

South American Resources for Child Abuse Prevention
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Childline India - 1098
Childline India Foundation - Support for Child Protection and Child Rights in India. 1098 is the India's first 24 hours helpline for children in distress. We work for the protection of the rights of all children in general. But our special focus is on all children in need of care and protection, especially the more vulnerable sections, which include: Street children and youth living alone on the streets


Save The Children

Bal Raksha Bharat, commonly known as Save the Children India

Our work in the areas of Child Education, Health & Nutrition, Child Protection and Humanitarian Response & Disaster Risk Reduction has benefitted lakhs of children in India. Last year alone we reached 22.51 lakh children through our programmes.

Arpan (Mumbai)

Arpan’s mission is to empower individuals, families, communities and society with prevention and intervention skills to reduce the occurrence of child sexual abuse and heal its psychological, social, sexual and physical consequences.

Tulir Cphcsa
Tulir – Centre for the Prevention and Healing of Child Sexual Abuse (CPHCSA) is a registered, non-governmental, non-profit organisation committed to working against child sexual abuse in India.

Indian Council For Child Welfare Tamilnadu
Asian Online Resource Centre (ARC) has been created to promote the well-being of children. Our objective is to enhance the capacities of stakeholders working for children through knowledge and information online so that Child abuse and neglect can not only be prevented but also responded effectively using evidence – based and scientific approach. Our online support service will cater to continuum of professionals or stakeholders to build up the expertise in whole of Asian region working towards prevention of child maltreatment


National Tracking System for Missing & Vulnerable Children

Track Child portal provides an integrated virtual space for all stakeholders & ICPS bodies which includes Central Project Support Unit (CPSU), State Child Protection Society/Units and District Child Protection Units (DCPU), Child Care Institutions (CCIs), Police Stations, Child Welfare Committees (CWCs), Juvenile Justice Boards (JJBs), etc. in the 35 State/UTs.

India Maps

Click the link given to avail the contact information of police stations in your State

Surman Sansthan

Surman Sansthan  has been working for providing shelter and other necessary amenities for destitute, abandoned children and women of the society from last 17 years.

Cry (Child Rights & You)

To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived Indian child and so motivate them to seek resolution through individual and collective action thereby enabling children to realise their full potential

To make people discover their potential for action and change

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