Help children reclaim their childhood with CRY’s Project Unlearn

CRY’s initiative ‘Project Unlearn’ urges you to make a difference in the lives of 28,588 children from CRY-supported projects across India.


Do you remember your care-free childhood? Cycling with friends, hanging off trees, playing ball and breaking the window glass, spending summer holidays with grandparents…Yet, for 10.12 million children in India, childhood is burdened with labour. From brick-kilns to beedi-making units and cracker industries, to roadside eateries, children are wasting their childhood learning to do manual jobs, which are usually meant for adults.

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CRY’s initiative ‘Project Unlearn’ urges you to donate and make a difference in the lives of children who are forced to learn much more than they should at their age, because of circumstances that stop them from going to school and learn what they really should.

CRY invites you to join us to ensure 28,588 children from CRY-supported projects across India are removed from the clutches of child labour, put back into schools and unlearn those skills which rob them of their childhood.

Click http://www.cry.org/microsite/projectunlearn2014/about.html to know more.

View the Project Unlearn video here http://we.tl/eVsNEfvNxD


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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 more

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  ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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 more

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