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Kolkata Police, Airtel and CRY join hands to start Pora Shuno Choltey Thak initiative

Kolkata: The tripartite initiative, namely Pora ShunoCholtey Thak (#SikshaNahiRukegi – Education will not stop), collaboratively designed and implemented by Kolkata Police, CRY – Child rights and You and Bharti Airtel will ensure that children coming from financially disadvantageous families and struggling with access to digital learning, will be provided with smartphone devices and customized free data packs – thus empowered to access online education in the testing times of the COVID pandemic.

A collaborative initiative in Kolkata aims to bridge the digital divide faced by underprivileged students

Kolkata/IBNS: A collaborative initiative in Kolkata has ensured that a bunch of children from the city’s impoverished quarters can continue with their studies online.

Online education: Kolkata Police, Bharti Airtel to join hands with CRY to support children

Kolkata: As the possibility of children losing two consecutive years of education becomes very real and the online education gaining currency across the country during the COVID pandemic, Kolkata Police and Bharti Airtel join hands with Child Rights and You (CRY), to support them with access to online education.

Global reports acknowledge the crucial role played by NGOs during the pandemic phase

New Delhi/IBNS: Non-government organizations (NGOs) across the world played a pivotal role during the pandemic situation and the related lockdown period, especially in countries like India.

Promoting girl child’s education vital to mitigate child marriage in India: CRY

New Delhi: As India continues to grapple with the debilitating tolls levied by the COVID-19 pandemic and with interventions related to child education, health and nutrition and child protection majorly disrupted over the past several months; the risk of child marriage is on the rise with the shrinking of economy and the resultant increase in vulnerabilities of marginalised families and children.

Riya Sen launches online fund-raiser for underprivileged children

Kolkata: In the wake of the COVID pandemic, actor Riya Sen has come forward to support the underprivileged and marginalised children in need of proper healthcare, to ensure that they have access to a happy, healthy, creative and safe childhood.

COVID: Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla come forward to support CRY in their endeavor to support children

New Delhi CRY America is organizing a series of exciting online auctions titled Auction4CRY to raise much needed funds for children during this COVID time.

CRY observes World Day against Trafficking

Kolkata/IBNS: Child Rights and You (CRY) on Thursday addressed the issue of world-wide human trafficking on the World Day against Trafficking.

Kolkata: Adults step into children’s shoes at CRY’s event

Kolkata/IBNS:  Child Rights and You (CRY), a leading Indian non-profit organization working for the rights of children, celebrated its 40th year by hosting ‘Together for Children’ event in the city recently. 

Chidlren's rights activist group CRY completes 40 years, asks adults to step into children's shoes to understand their feelings

Kolkata/IBNS: Every child has a story to tell and adults need to hear these stories, said veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee while attending a programme organised by CRY – Child Rights and You, to celebrate four decades of the Indian non-profit organisation’s journey.

CRY celebrates Children’s Day with #YellowFellow campaign

New Delhi, Nov 15 (IBNS) On the occasion of Children’s Day this year on Nov 14, children's rights organisation CRY launched #YellowFellow – a pan-India campaign that celebrates childhood in the coolest, quirkiest and most creative way possible.

Masterchef India chef Kirti Bhoutika bakes special cake for a cause in Kolkata

Kolkata, Feb 15 (IBNS): Were you celebrating Valentine’s Day at or around Park Street on Feb 14? Chances were, you had an opportunity to taste a special batch of chocolate chip cupcakes baked by Kirti Bhoutika, the winner of Masterchef India 2017, India’s biggest culinary battle!

Education is key to reduce child marriage: CRY

Patna, Oct 10 (IBNS): In spite of an overall decline in the rate of marriage among young girls across most of Indian states, Bihar continues to have a comparatively higher percentage of marriage before girls reach the legally prescribed age of 18 years.

Students debate global child rights issues at Model United Nations

Kolkata, July 27 (IBNS): The rain-soaked city of Kolkata witnessed a bunch of young students step into the shoes of seasoned diplomats, and talk about serious global issues ranging from child rights to cross-border human trafficking.

CRY launches month-long awareness drive on child labour

Kolkata, June 13 (IBNS): CRY – Child Rights and You collaborated with the Indian Museum in presenting the third edition of Aashayein, a day-long bonanza for children, at Ashutosh Birth Centenary Auditorium on Sunday.