Not a day passes without news about a child being thrown in the garbage dump, or illegal adoption rackets hurting children, or children being abused in orphanages and shelters. Did you know, all of this is avoidable? As a society, we judge and shame parents who are incapable or unwilling to raise their child. This… Continue reading BLOG POST: A vulnerable mother needs our support, not judgement. Helping the society understand #SafeSurrender
We believe that technology is a much-needed tool for sustainability, scalability, and transparency in any child welfare process or mechanism. Excessive dependence on manual processes in a complex system across 700+ districts means vulnerable children can fall through the cracks, instead of moving through the system and reaching a permanent resolution in the best interest… Continue reading BLOG POST: Conducting a study of CCIs and SAAs in Pune
https://www.hindustantimes.com/pune-news/campaign-for-betterment-of-orphans-abandoned-children-launched-in-pune/story-9u8VqTWPtU0HC4mDStVGGI.html Hindustan Times article by Prachi Bari highlights core issues and solutions put forth in the 2018 campaign by WAIC’s co-founders, Smriti Gupta and Protima Sharma
https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/transformation/adopting-child-is-revolutionary-act/ Open Democracy article by Shreya Kalra highlights the plight of India’s vulnerable children and covers WAIC’s 2018 campaign to create awareness about India’s abandoned and orphaned children and the need to fix the ground implementation of India’s laws to ensure a #Home4EveryChild.
https://www.sakaltimes.com/art-culture/family-needs-them-27627 Sakal Times article by Ambika Shaligram delves deep into the issues and provides detailed coverage of the Open Letter of WAIC’s 2018 campaign.