CRY

CRY - Child Rights and You is an Indian NGO that believes in every child's right to a childhood - to live, learn, grow and play. For over 30 years, CRY and its 200 partner NGOs have worked with parents and communities to ensure Lasting Change in the lives of more than 2,000,000 underprivileged children, across 23 states in India. For more information please visit us at: www.cry.org
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Why we all need to hear Pancho’s story

With improved service delivery of ICDS, preventive rather than reactive approach to tackling malnutrition and better community outreach, the nutrition...
on Dec 14, 2015

The invisible factor of malnutrition – Stunt...

Melvin Alex, an intern at CRY’s Media mentorship program writes about Indian kids suffering from stunted growth as a result of insufficient nourishm...
on Nov 23, 2015

We owe the children of our country a healthy start...

Melvin Alex, an intern at CRY's Media mentorship program writes about why we must care for the health of young children in our country.
on Nov 3, 2015

A mural for a moral: Children paint to make a poin...

On a bright and sunny Saturday, CRY volunteers came together to paint the walls of Hosur Road in a myriad hue of colours to raise awareness on child l...
on Jun 2, 2015

Valar Dohaeris – Everyone must serve, and th...

This is a 70 year old's 15 year journey towards ensuring lasting change.
on May 18, 2015

Saving the children of Marathwada from the vagarie...

Kumar Nilendu of CRY details what happens to the children of Marathwada when suicides and migration plague its dry, dusty and water-starving landscape
on May 13, 2015

How Salem People’s Trust is helping to eradi...

Child labour is just as big a problem in Salem as it is anywhere else in India. Here's how a group of people have come together to help put an end to ...
on Feb 26, 2015

How can we get school dropouts to go back?

Surveys by CRY volunteers show that poverty is the main reason why children in urban poor areas drop out of school, and not disinterest in studies.
on Feb 2, 2015

[Infographic] Child malnutrition continues unabate...

A report by Thampu and CRY India says that not much has changed in the past 2 years in Attapadi, Kerala, where 47 kids died of malnutrition in 2012-13...
on Jan 12, 2015

[Voices] Integrating CSR in the DNA of the organis...

The ingrained view that CSR is mere philanthropy needs to change, if people are to take CSR more seriously.
on Dec 15, 2014
 

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