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
Our change.org petition requesting the media to print information about adoption agencies and helpline when reporting on child abandonment is gaining traction, with thousands of signatures. Read our petition below and add your signature here: https://change.org/SafeSurrender A newborn dumped in a garbage bin, a child abandoned in a field, a three-day-old baby found by cops in… Continue reading BLOG POST: Our change.org appeal to change the way Indian media reports on child abandonment
https://youtu.be/PjmDfzv8PBg WAIC team members, Smriti Gupta, Protima Sharma, and Sheetal Vohra-Gulati, create awareness about #SafeSurrender on the Momspresso platform, on Children's Day 2019.
https://youtu.be/V1cAbUwwGwg WAIC Director, Meera Marthi, discusses #SafeSurrender campaign during her Vanitha TV interview in Hyderabad, on Children's Day 2019.