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THOSE WHO STILL CAN'T DREAM

OUR IMPACT

The Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation has been working tirelessly to ensure the fundamental rights of every child. Here is how we are making a difference:

Bharat Yatra reached more than 11 million people across India

540 Bal Mitra Gram

100 million campaign active in 10 countries across the globe.

Engagement with 200 eminent personalities including Nobel laureates, world leaders, academicians, activists and youth from all over the world.

Instrumental in enactment of key laws and tabling of bills: Child Labour Act, POCSO, JJ Act, Anti- Human trafficking Bill.

Over 1500 people trained across sectors.

OUR WORK

A crucial ingredient of the KSCF philosophy is the participation of people, in bringing about the change they deserve. The involvement of people is achieved through our Campaigns and Programmes, where people are made aware about the issues faced by the society and are endowed with solutions that work efficiently. The KSCF Institute looks after the Policy Building and Strengthening process, with its team of experts adept at designing solutions to the problems of people.

PROGRAMMES

Are the essential means of intervention through which KSCF converts it's research findings and policy into capacity action. This is achieved through collaborations with stakeholders at multiple levels.

INSTITUTE

Lack of policies or weak policies for the development of children is the first challenge in the problem, therefore, KSCF's first core activity is to create or strengthen policies, and is driven by the Institute.

CAMPAIGNS

The cornerstone of the process of change, is sensitization. And in this fight against the injustice towards children, Campaigns play an important role, to give an impetus to the society to create the change.

LATEST UPDATES

Hum Nikal Pade Hein - #LetsMarch

Watch the Bharat Yatra anthem produced by Indian Ocean feat. Sonam Kalra and survivors of child slavery and trafficking. Written by Kailash Satyarthi.


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MEET BIKASH

“If I had known how education and learning has made me more confident, how it has uplifted my self-respect. I would have stopped going to the forest long back or may have never gone there.”

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RAKESH’S STORY

"I was forced to work as a slave for 6 years. I slept in a cowshed and was given tea that was drugged every morning to make me work."

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Increasing Participation, Awareness & Bonding among children is the goal of BMG

Jyoti is a 13 years old girl living with her step-father and ill mother in BMG Kalina of Meerut.

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BMG Bal Panchayat member Mamta opened doors of school for her village kids

Being the eldest daughter of her family 15-year-old Mamta is an optimistic girl with a clear vision.

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