Premalatha, Where Are India's Children?
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BLOG POST: Interview with WAIC Caseworker Premalatha: “Let’s keep a smile forever on a child’s face”

Premalatha Gade, age 24, is from Bhadrachalam, Telangana. She completed her schooling in Bhadrachalam, then moved to Hyderabad for her higher studies where she completed a Masters in Social Work from Osmania University. Premalatha was always interested in making change in society, and this is what drove her to engage in field work with WAIC.… Continue reading BLOG POST: Interview with WAIC Caseworker Premalatha: “Let’s keep a smile forever on a child’s face”

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BLOG POST: Adoption of children above 6 years of age

Many prospective adoptive parents hesitate to adopt children age 6+, who are at higher risk of languishing in shelters for a longer time. But, as many parents who already adopted an older child know, it is the start of an amazing and special bond. WAIC recently held pre-adoption counselling with a group of PAPs in… Continue reading BLOG POST: Adoption of children above 6 years of age

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BLOG POST: I have always wanted to do more

[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 campaign.] I always wanted to do something for children since I have always felt a connection with them -- it might be a child begging… Continue reading BLOG POST: I have always wanted to do more

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BLOG POST: Why I joined this campaign

[The campaign is off the ground, thanks to the tireless work of the volunteers. One of the key volunteers shares why she decided to join and help out.] Why I joined this campaign?  Earlier this year, as I got deeper into working for the cause of bringing awareness about adoption and counselling prospective parents about… Continue reading BLOG POST: Why I joined this campaign