"There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”
— Nelson Mandela, Former President of South Africa
Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.”
                                —Jess Lair, author
“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.”
                                              — Lady Bird Johnson,
                  Former First Lady of the United States
ABOUT ARUNODHAYA

Registered Charitable Trust 1992

We believe that all children are born with an inherent right to justice, peace and freedom and deserve access to all fundamental human rights including education, health care, love, respect, security and protection.

ABOUT OUR WORK

We work towards the elimination of child labour in all forms; the protection of child workers and street children who have been victims of abuse and assist in the strengthening and supporting of their families.

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PROGRAMMES
Child Development
Child Protection
Child Participation
Community Empowerment
Policy Advocacy

Child Development

ReadingSkill
Enhancement
ReadingSkill
Enhancement

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Early Childhood
Care Centres
Early Childhood
Care Centres

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Child Labourer
Centres
Child Labourer
Centres

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Guided Learning
Centres
Guided Learning
Centres

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Child Protection

Engagement with
adolescents
Engagement with
adolescents

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Elimination Of
Child Labour
Elimination Of
Child Labour

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Shelter For
Street Children
Shelter For
Street Children

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Railway
childline
Railway
childline

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Counseling and
Healing Unit
Counseling and
Healing Unit

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Child Participation

Confederation of Arunodhaya
Children Sangam(CACS)
Confederation of Arunodhaya
Children Sangam(CACS)

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Children
Nagara Sabai
Children
Nagara Sabai

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Children
School Council
Children
School Council

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Community Empowerment

Self Help
Group
Self Help
Group

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Intervention with
Coastal Communities
Intervention with
Coastal Communities

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Disaster
Intervention
Disaster
Intervention

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Disability
Rights
Disability
Rights

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(CCRMC)
(CCRMC)

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Youth
Forums
Youth
Forums

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Vocational
Training
Vocational
Training

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Women
Empowerment
Women
Empowerment

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Domestic
Workers
Domestic
Workers

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Policy Advocacy

Information And
Training Cell
Information And
Training Cell

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Campaigns And
Public Action
Campaigns And
Public Action

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RECENT PRESS RELEASES
WE ARE GUILTY OF MANY ERRORS AND MANY FAULTS, BUT OUR WORST CRIME IS ABANDONING THE CHILDREN. MANY OF THE THINGS WE NEED CAN WAIT. THE CHILD CANNOT. TO HIM WE CANNOT ANSWER “TOMORROW”. HIS NAME IS TODAY.”– - Gabriela Mistral