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 […]
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.
As we celebrate Diwali this week, I cannot but help think about our campaign. Whether people out there are even thinking about the campaign? How many people will register? So […]
Yesterday, I heard my 12-year old son Akash talk about Where Are India’s Children campaign for a video we were shooting. It was so cute. He was so nervous. He […]
Growing up, I always felt special during Navratri. When my neighbours and relatives broke their fasts on Ashtami or Navami, it meant being invited over their house, getting my feet […]
[We are very thankful for the key volunteers who are making things happen. Neha Goel, an IIT alum and corporate warrior, shares why she is passionately volunteering for the WAIC […]
As adoptive mothers, adoption counsellors, and child rights campaigners, it has been frustrating and infuriating to watch a child welfare system that does not work. When a country like India […]