Children are believed to be the future of every nation. They are the future leaders who, if shaped and nurtured correctly can lead the world to a better place. "Nelson Mandela once said- “ There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than how it treats its children.” the way a society treats its children reveals the true face of that particular society".
To nurture our country’s children, we first need to know what child development means?
Child Development means the biological, physical, and emotional development of a child over time from birth up to adolescence. A right environment for any child is necessary for him/her to grow with the right mindset and manners. But with an increase in the rate of crime and cruelty, the children had also suffered a lot. There are many cases reported about child abuse, child harassment, etc., in our country for which many non-government organizations and funding bodies have gathered to help these kinds of children out of their miseries and give them a better life, a life they deserve to live.
Barakatalan.com has decided to run a “Child Development Campaign” to spread awareness amongst the people of the Middle East about the importance and significance of proper child development, how it plays a major role for the society, and how many NGOs are working to give basic rights to the little innocent ones. Barakatalan.com has also decided to donate our one week’s income to this cause and contribute our bit for a good deed making as much change as we could from our side.
We aim to not just be aware of the people about the work and efforts various NGOs are putting in but also the actual condition of poor little children and their needs and demands for normal living life. Children are a gift of God sent from heaven to enhance the lives of people they come across, yet some humans harass them, abuse them, do not treat them well and nobody gets to know or raise a voice.
We all have might have witnessed some type of cruelty being done with a child somewhere sometime. It’s time to take a stand for the little ones and help them give their right to live as equally as any other child in this world.
NGO Name: Child Aid Foundation
About Child Aid Foundation:
Child Aid Foundation is a legally registered, government-recognized, non-profit, non-political, secular, public charitable trust. Child Aid provides comprehensive aid and cares to underprivileged children, boys and girls, of all ages and academic levels on both a residential and non-residential basis. Such aid and care include free: food, clothing, shelter, personal supplies, medical care, education, education supplies, transportation to/from school/college, counseling, and initial job placement assistance. The immediate goal is to enable the children to pursue and complete their education to as high a level as they desire and are capable of achieving. The final goal is for the children to achieve good occupations and professions, become fully self-reliant, and become beneficial members of the society and country.
Visit Website: http://www.childaidfoundation.org/
NGO Name: Annamrita
The impact of the nationwide lockdown is not limited to those infected by the virus or battling it at the frontlines, but also extends to several others who depend on a daily income for sustenance.In an effort to help these people, Annamrita Foundation started various COVID-19 initiatives from its pivotal city, Mumbai. The foundation has also spread its wings across several other cities such as Aurangabad, Nagpur, Wada,Jalna, Pune, Jamshedpur, Delhi, Jaipur, Gurgaon and Faridabad where it serves nutritious and hygienic meals to those in need.
To ensure better reach, Annamrita is operating under three parallel programs targeting various sections of the society. These include:
Visit Website: https://annamrita.org/
NGO Name: Aarti For Girls
About Aarti For Girls:
Aarti for Girls started in 1991 when Sandhya found Radhika, a three-year-old child, abandoned on the roadside after her father killed her mother. Radhika, a brilliant young woman, competed in national level exams and is a successful professional in a Central government agency. Aarti is home for 120 children from ages 5-22. The girls stay in Aarti Village, a 100% sustainable village with 9 cottages. Each child is given a place to stay, nutrition and education of choice, and cared for with love. Many children come from difficult circumstances hence counseled and given support physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Visit Website: https://www.aartiforgirls.org/