Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) envisions a world where all children are free, safe, healthy, receive quality education, and have the opportunity to realise their potential. Founded by Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi, KSCF has been at the forefront of ushering in policy level changes at a national level and developing international conventions on rights of children.

Our Founder

Mr. Kailash Satyarthi is one of the tallest leaders and the loudest voice in the global fight against exploitation of children.
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Kailash Satyarthi

Our Founder

Mr. Kailash Satyarthi is an internationally acclaimed child rights activist from India who has been at the vanguard of the global movement to end child slavery and exploitation of children since 1980. He gave up a lucrative career as an Electrical Engineer for initiating crusade against child servitude. Read more
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Our Work



We collaborate and engage with children and stakeholders from grassroots to collectively work towards creating a child-friendly world.
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We engage, inspire and mobilize diverse groups to spread awareness and free children from all forms of exploitation including abuse, slavery and trafficking.
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We work towards generation, dissemination and application of research-driven evidence for creating a child-friendly world.
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Other Initiatives

Other Initiatives

We work across Indian and global platforms to build awareness and mobilise people to make the world child friendly.
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Whats New

He was just 8 when abject poverty turned his life upside town. Trafficked from his native village in Bihar and traded like …

Working round the clock with authorities concerned to break the chain of the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation …

Stepping up community mobilisation against the scourge of human trafficking, child marriage and child sexual abuse and garneing voices of support against …

The current pandemic has led to an aggravation of the dangers faced by the most marginalized children in India. Child labour and …

Far removed from the glare of media spotlight and hundreds of miles away from the national capital of Delhi, a silent revolution …

With the organized crime of human trafficking witnessing an unprecedented rise due to the pandemic, Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi has appealed …

A shopkeeper in Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur was arrested on June 26 for forcibly showing an adult film to a 10-year-old girl when …

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A resident of Madhuban panchayat in Jharkhand’s Koderma district, 16-year-old Radha has not only saved herself from child marriage but has become …

Radha Kumari, a 16 years old resident of Bal Mitra Gram, Tikait Tola in Jharkhand is the Mukhiya of Tikait Tola Bal …

17-year-old Surjeet Lodhi, a young boy from Bal Mitra Gram (BMG), a flagship programme of Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) has been …

KSCF has been working in the remotest villages in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Rajasthan to implement its community-owned child protection …

Working as a helper in a restaurant as a child labour,  25-year-old Shubham Rathore – who went on to become an engineer …

Department of Women and Child Development, Delhi, in collaboration with Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) organized a training and sensitization program for …

16-year-old Tony (name changed) who has been suffering from hearing and speech impairment was rescued from Kozhikode in Kerela and reunited with …

Our Stars

Do Your Bit

Adopt a Bal Mitra Gram and help a community give its children an environment that enables a free, safe and educated childhood

Support a Freedom Fellow
Support survivors of violence and exploitation pursue higher education and realise their potential

Join hands to ensure Justice For Every Child
Ensuring legal and mental health support to child victims of sexual abuse and rape and their families

Our Impact

Children Rescued
Children Rescued
Since 1980
Children Rehabilated
Children rehabilitated
Since 2005
Follow up Done
Follow Up Done
Since 2017
Monetary Compensation
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