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CHILD LABOUR ELIMINATION PROGRAMME

Any child who is not in school is considered a child labourer. Our child labour elimination programme was started as a solution to educate these children who were being engaged in labour by enrolling them into bridge schools and providing a conducive environment to learn before they are mainstreamed into government schools.

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Child Rights Advocacy

We go miles to ensure that every child has access to education through rigorous social awareness and enrollment campaigns
A unique task force of more than 16000 volunteers from the villages is dedicated to the cause of child rights. ... Read More

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Special Training Centres

These residential and non-residential centres are our signature initiative to give a second chance at education for school dropouts,
out-of-school migrants, child labourers especially from vulnerable communities and tribal settlements. The rehabilitated children attend these catch up schools for around 18 months, and are provided inputs as per government guidelines before being mainstreamed into government schools. ... Read More

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ChildLine

We link up the government system and children in distress, by serving as the nodal agency for Childline India, in two districts of Tamil Nadu state. Through the toll-free number
(1098), we have rescued over 1000 children at crucial times from child abuse, child marriage and child labour in parts of Tamil Nadu. ... Read More

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Child Learning Centres

Child Learning Centres addresses slow learning levels of children in Government Schools and also aides learning for primary school
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Waste Management

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact

Biogas Plants

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact

Toilets & Hygiene

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact

Bangu Bonded No More

Bangu the 12-year-old lives in Mograbav in Madhya Pradesh. His father is a daily wage earner, the mother is physically challenged, while his elder brother is mentally challenged. With a tiny income and a big family, Bangu’s father saw a solution in sending him as a bonded labourer to a neighbouring town. For three long years, the boy grazed cattle, did household chores and more for very little food and a cold bed to sleep in. Through the initiative of Hand in Hand India mobilisers, Bangu was enrolled in Hand in Hand India’s Non Residential Special Training Centres. Bangu finds happiness in reading stories and learning new things. To make up for his lost years, the shy little boy tells us that he wants to become a teacher.

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