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RAINBOW - Center of Excellence for Underprivileged Children
Eradication of poverty & hunger through sustainable livelihoods
We believe that for change to happen it is necessary to touch the life of the child in its entirety. Our development program not only focuses solely on education but also includes healthcare, proper nutrition and community involvement.
We aim to reach poor and vulnerable children and families with effective and valuable interventions for sustainable progress. Many underprivileged parents fail to appreciate that education will improve the quality of their children’s life. Unable to pay school fees, these kids often work odd jobs and their parents are indifferent to their child's truancy from school. They compromise their future by trapping them below the poverty line.
We are committed to provide education & healthcare for holistic development of community & society, empowering women & children for self employment & development. We provide them additional skills like computer and vocational training. We focus on developing hobbies, motivating them to work with different groups of people who mentor them to obtain jobs and economic self-reliance. Our overall development program aims to end the cycle of poverty and create well adjusted citizens in the community.
Our key programs for EWS & under-served children:
Children constitute nearly 39% of India’s population (2010 – 11 Census). Census provides breakup for child workers below 15-19 years haven’t completed their 10th standard. CIF estimates that 11% of India’s workforce is below 18 or one in every 10 workers in India is a child under 18.
The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 was passed to regulate child labour and protect the rights of those children who are forced to work. Different sections outline where and how children can work and they cannot, define working conditions in establishment that are permitted to employ children and mandate the establishment of a Child Labour Technical Advisory Committee (CLTAC) to advice the Government on this issue.
Child marriage is a serious issue in many countries across the world, including India, impacting girls much more than boys.
A little help from you can change millions of struggling lives every day!
More than millions of under-served children’s, over thousands of women & aged members of the underprivileged community rely on us.
We in-turn rely on your support to provide services to them.
Act now! Any help from you will come back to you as blessings of struggling widows, poor women & hopeless old members & love & gratitude from millions of poor children in need of us.
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