• Pan Number AAATC8468J, Reg No. E - 23808 (Mumbai)
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A PINCH OF THE HUMANE ACT FROM US MEANS A LOT To THEM!
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TO EDUCATE, FEED AND ACCOMODATE!

YOUR CHARITY HELPS THOSE PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO HOPE

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Child Care Foundation

thumb1    Welcome to Child Care Foundation

CHILD CARE FOUNDATION is a registered N.G.O. vide Reg. No. E - 23808 (Mumbai) under Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, formed to look after Social Welfare of the underprivileged children.....

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The Causes for Child Labour in India

In my analysis, I shall make a twofold distinction. On the one hand I shall make a distinction between the pull process and the push process. Economists particularly have focussed the investigation on the rational choice process

We need to end child poverty in order to break the cycle of poverty.

We need to end child poverty in order to break the cycle of poverty.Through researching different aspects of children's lives, we seek to improve policies and programmes for children.

We provide free ambulance service.

Providing of Medical treatment, medicines or medical apparatus required to be given to any deserving patient who cannot bear the same on their own.Helping people affected by natural calamities such as earthquake, fire, floods riots or accidents..

Fund Required For Future

We will provide education to the poor underprivileged children and create awareness of education in slum & rural areas by visiting them or visiting local Schools & educational institutions run for the poor needy children.

1 Million people in india

Our goal is to expand over the coming years with further projects in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, with the aim of helping up to 10,000 children escape the poverty trap by 2020. Its only a small percentage of the overall child population, but very important nevertheless.

Child trafficking

India has more child laborers than any other country in the world (somewhere between 12 to 45 million between the ages of 5 and 14), and trafficking or kidnapping is often part of the equation (32,000 children were reported missing in 2011).

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