With your support, we address children’s critical needs by working with parents, teachers, Anganwadi workers, communities, district and state level governments as well as the children themselves.
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Changing their behaviours, attitudes & practices towards children
Mobilising community stakeholders like teachers, Anganwadi workers and village child protection committees to take action for children.
Sensitising society to create an ecosystem where children are a priority
Partnering with district and state level governments to strengthen systems for children
Addressing their immediate/critical needs
From relief measures like distributing hygiene kits and dry rations to planning for recovery and resilience, we’re acting to keep underprivileged children and their families safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
To commemorate 40 years of CRY ensuring happy childhoods in India, the organisation collaborated with Ankur Tewari, Benny Dayal, Jonita Gandhi and Shalmali Kholgade to create a song that celebrates every child’s right to a happy childhood.
The Elders, a global organisation founded by Nelson Mandela, has pegged CRY to be one of the top 100 NGOs in the world that are creating sustainable impact and lasting change.
Puja Marwaha, CEO – CRY and Trustee of CRY won the Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize in 2018 for leading CRY’s efforts on mobilising collective action and encouraging community philanthropy.
Founder, Child Rights and You