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EQUATIONS Established in 1985, EQUATIONS is an advocacy organisation working to on
Established in 1985, EQUATIONS is an advocacy organisation working to on tourism issues in India. Over the past two decades, its research, information analysis and dissemination, campaigns, advocacy and lobbying work has focused on the impact of unregulated and irresponsible tourism development in India and the developing world.
SANLAAP’s campaign against trafficking includes the rescue and rehabilitation of victims of CSEC and prevention measures. SANLAAP works on a range of counter-trafficking activities, including campaigns, advocacy and sensitisation of various stakeholders on the issue of trafficking. It also focuses on the rescue, rehabilitation and socio-economic reintegration of trafficked persons.
Since 1998, STOP India, otherwise known as Ramola Bhar Charitable Trust (RBC Trust), has been combating trafficking of children (both boys and girls) and women in the Indian sub-continent with a special focus on India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. STOP India is currently working with local residents of marginalised communities to improve child protection on digital mediums.
Child in Need Institute (CINI)
Child in Need Institute (CINI) is a registered national level non-government organization working with deprived communities since 1974 in India. CINI has received twice the prestigious National Award for Child Welfare in 1985 and in 2004. It is guided by its mission to ensure that children and adolescents achieve their right to health, education, nutrition, protection and participation by making duty-bearers and communities responsive to their holistic well-being. The institute now reaches more than 7 million people, directly or through partnership, in both rural and urban areas in the Indian States of West Bengal, Odisha, Assam and Jharkhand. CINI has worked to influence policy at local, State, national, regional and global levels.
The CINI Method has been distilled out of nearly 50 years of practice with deprived communities, within the framework of international forward-looking thinking. It provides a methodological model to promote the adoption of a child rights-based approach to programming for children involving primary duty-bearers in the government, service provision and the family. Through this unique methodology, CINI provides preventive and participatory responses integrating interventions in the core areas of health, nutrition, education and child protection.
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