Premalatha, Where Are India's Children?
Stories, Uncategorized

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”

Safe Surrender Campaign, Stories

BLOG POST: A day in the training of Anganwadi workers

[WAIC co-founder and director Meera Marthi shares her personal experience training Anganwadi workers in Telangana in early 2021. The training was about #SafeSurrender to help prevent child abandonment and ensure that children safely reach the legal adoption process.] My day started at 5AM that morning. I was nervous, excited, a bit wary and raring to… Continue reading BLOG POST: A day in the training of Anganwadi workers

Technology

BLOG POST: WAIC gets green light to implement tech prototype in Maharashtra

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