[The cases discussed below are real. Children’s names and some details have been changed to protect their privacy. Written by WAIC co-founder, Smriti Gupta, and cross-posted from her personal blog.] Diya and Meenu were 3 and 5 years old when they were abandoned and brought into a government run child shelter. Lack of regular and… Continue reading BLOG POST: Child shelters separated these siblings. Adoption reunited them.
We are glad to share that, with the support and approval of the Commissionerate of Women and Child Development in Maharashtra, we have the go ahead to pilot our prototype technology solution, called Child Lifecycle Technology Solution, in Maharashtra. This trial will take place specifically in two districts, Aurangabad and Mumbai, where relevant details of… Continue reading BLOG POST: WAIC gets green light to implement tech prototype in Maharashtra
Hello! My name is Naavya and I'm a rising sophomore studying Economics and Finance at Flame University. And while the economy and a good financial future are important, the true future of the country depends on the current generation of children. And part of this generation are the 30 million orphaned and abandoned children in… Continue reading BLOG POST: Naavya, an Economics and Finance student, talks about her WAIC internship
08 May 202, Pune, India - Where Are India’s Children, a child welfare NGO, today issued advice on how to protect children who are orphaned or abandoned due to Covid. Concerned citizens should: Immediately contact Childline on 1098Or, take the child to the nearest Specialised Adoption Agency, which can be found by selecting your State… Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: WAIC issues advice on how the public can protect children orphaned by Covid
On 26th January 2020, before most of us had heard of coronavirus, Where Are India’s Children completed and released our report on how positive outcomes can be achieved for abandoned children in India’s shelters with the use of innovative technology. We especially focused on how abandoned children at shelters/orphanages are being denied their right to… Continue reading BLOG POST: This pandemic shows why we desperately need abandoned kids to get out of shelters and into new families