Child Relief and you Foundation<br />25thJULY 2011<br />
Agenda<br />Introduction to CRY<br />Founder of CRY<br />Principles of CRY<br />Survival<br />Development<br />Protection<...
Introduction to CRY<br />Normally the word CRY described as to sob or shed tears because of grief, sorrow or pain but here...
Founder of CRY<br />Child Rights and You were started by Rippan Kapur, who died in the year of 1994 at the age of 40. In 1...
Principles of CRY<br />The CRC is built on certain "Foundation Principles" which confers the following basic rights on all...
Additional Goals of CRY<br />To organize and operate a ranch for disadvantage youth, for rehabilitation, and support servi...
Abuse of Children in India<br />The Survey Defined Four Categories Of Abuse: Emotional, Sexual, Physical And Economic:<br ...
Child Labour in India<br />Children are employed in many places. For instance,<br />Diamond Industries<br />Fireworks Manu...
Donations and Usage of Funds<br />
Mission of CRY<br />To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived Indian child and so motivate...
Areas of Work<br />The key functions of Development Support and Resource Mobilization along with the other Support Functio...
Motto of CRY<br />“Stand up for Child Rights”<br />Our support could help to change their lives!<br />Save the Children wo...
How can we support CRY<br />This PowerPoint Presentation is all about that we should help these kids to overcome from the ...
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  1. 1. Child Relief and you Foundation<br />25thJULY 2011<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Introduction to CRY<br />Founder of CRY<br />Principles of CRY<br />Survival<br />Development<br />Protection<br />Participation<br />Additional Goals of CRY<br />Detailed Summary of Principles of CRY<br />Abuse of children in India<br />Child Labour in India<br />Financial Information <br />Donations and Usage of Funds – Graphical Presentation<br />Mission<br />Areas of Work<br />Motto of CRY<br />How can we support CRY<br />Branches over there in India<br />
  3. 3. Introduction to CRY<br />Normally the word CRY described as to sob or shed tears because of grief, sorrow or pain but here it’s totally contrary. To make precise CRY can completely take off the tears of young children who is in need and seeking for their survival.<br />CRY: Child Rights and You. It’s a Non Governmental and Non Profit able Organizations which was established to uplift thousands of Indian children denied basic children’s rights.<br />It’s also most commonly termed as Child Relief and You which aims to restore Children’s rights in India. The organization was established in the year 1979. <br />
  4. 4. Founder of CRY<br />Child Rights and You were started by Rippan Kapur, who died in the year of 1994 at the age of 40. In 1979, 7 friends made a simple decision to change the lives of India's underprivileged children. <br />Rs. 50 and a dining table as their resources and a belief that each one can make a difference in a child's life, they aimed to enable all children to realize their full potential. This was how CRY began.<br />They opted to make CRY a channel or a link between the millions of individuals who could provide resources (in the form of donations) and the thousands of dedicated fieldworkers who were struggling to function for lack of them.<br />The Organization is mainly focuses on 4 basic rights, which is categorized as Survival, Development, Protection and Participation<br />
  5. 5. Principles of CRY<br />The CRC is built on certain "Foundation Principles" which confers the following basic rights on all children across the world, without any discrimination:<br />* Survival: The right to survival, to life, health, nutrition, name and nationality.<br />* Development: The right to development of education, care, leisure, and recreation.<br />* Protection: The right to protection from exploitation, abuse and neglect. <br />* Participation: The right to participation in expression, information, thought and religion.<br />CRY works to ensure these rights to all categories of children, who could be street children, children bonded in labor, children of commercial sex workers, physically and mentally challenged children and children in juvenile institutions, or even children in privileged homes.<br />
  6. 6. Additional Goals of CRY<br />To organize and operate a ranch for disadvantage youth, for rehabilitation, and support services.<br />To produce and offer Child Safety Programming for the classroom, cable television, and PBS.<br />To produce the feature film "A Child's Cry, Souls in Need...".<br />(**This film will be an awakening to society to become aware of the great tragedy going on daily in these hopeless children's lives, while offering simple solutions which could greatly alter if not rid child homelessness, and to prepare them to be a part of our great nation by receiving a top education)<br /><ul><li>Illiteracy, malnutrition, female foeticide and child labour are symptoms of deeper problems like lack of livelihoods, caste, gender bias and other similar issues. By addressing these root causes, foundation works to eliminate the visible symptoms.</li></li></ul><li>Detailed Summary of Principle of CRY<br />SURVIVAL:<br />The Right to survive with adequate nutrition and quality health care services, citizenship and a wholesome family life<br />CRY, in partnership with local NGOs ensures that Primary Health Centers are functional, pre and post-natal care services are available, immunization camps are organized.<br />46,896 children have benefited from health programmes in 2006-07<br /><ul><li>PROTECTION:</li></ul>The right to be protected entails that all children be nurtured and protected from harmful influences, abuse and exploitation in any form and have a caring, secure family.<br />By mobilizing communities to ask for minimum wages and avail of government schemes like employment guarantee schemes, so that they do not have to send their children to work. Thus by demanding for an accountable governance, creating a safer environment for India’s children.<br />102 more villages were child-labour free in 2006-07 <br /><ul><li>DEVELOPMENT :</li></ul>The right to let a child develop fully through free, equal and quality education, recreation and a supportive environment.<br />CRY, along with its alliance partners, lobbies for policy- level changes to ensure that children have access to quality, free and equal education; ensures that children attend bridge classes or non-formal educational centers and are admitted into government schools with functional infrastructure. <br />22,736 more children went to school on 2006-2007 <br /><ul><li>PARTICIPATION :</li></ul>The right to freedom of thought, opinion, religion, expression and action without social or gender discrimination.<br />All children shall enjoy their fundamental rights. Works towards ensuring this by providing a canvas for expression – forming children’s groups, enabling motivation and opportunities at various levels to explore their potential. <br />690 children’s groups formed or activated in 2006-07 <br />
  7. 7. Abuse of Children in India<br />The Survey Defined Four Categories Of Abuse: Emotional, Sexual, Physical And Economic:<br />Emotional abuse: For instance, a girl is constantly ill-treated for not being born a male, or any child pulled up for low performance at school.<br />Sexual abuse: For instance, extends from fondling to rape.<br />Physical abuse: For instance, is force used against a child by teachers, parents and others.<br />Economic abuse: For instance, encompasses forced labour in both hazardous and non-hazardous places of work.<br />
  8. 8. Child Labour in India<br />Children are employed in many places. For instance,<br />Diamond Industries<br />Fireworks Manufacture<br />Silk Manufacture<br />Domestic Labour<br />Brick Kilns<br /><ul><li>We should help them to deploy from such fields and it could be done only if we Speak up for child rights.</li></li></ul><li>Financial Information of ‘CRY’<br />Statistics Report for the period of 2004-2005:<br /> The primary source of revenue for this organization is through donations by individuals and organizations. In the financial year 2004-05, its income through donations, sale of products and interest was around Rs.36 crores. Around Rs.14 crores was used for mobilizing income, Rs.2.3 crores was incurred for establishment and other expenditure and around 17 crores were disbursed to over 120 organizations throughout the country.<br /> They bring together donations, time, voices, support and resources from individuals like US.<br />
  9. 9. Donations and Usage of Funds<br />
  10. 10. Mission of CRY<br />To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived Indian child and so motivate them to confront the situation through collective actionthereby giving the child and themselves an opportunity to realize their full potential.<br />To work in partnership with individuals and organizations, and support them financially/ non-financially as well as with people from all walks of life, who believe in the rights of children. Within CRY too, each function works in unison towards ensuring the vision of equal rights for all children.<br />
  11. 11. Areas of Work<br />The key functions of Development Support and Resource Mobilization along with the other Support Functions - Communications, Human Resources, Youth and Volunteer action, Finance, Planning and Information Technology, Policy and Research, Documentation, The CRY Shop - all play a critical role in the organization building efforts.<br />It works towards restoring basic rights to children, especially from India and works across levels from direct action to Advocacy, Mobilizing public opinion and Policy change. It focuses mainly on the four basic rights of Survival, Development, Protection and Participation which were defined by the United NationsConvention on the Rights of the Child.<br />The CRC is built on certain “Foundation Principles" that underpin all other children's rights.<br />
  12. 12. Motto of CRY<br />“Stand up for Child Rights”<br />Our support could help to change their lives!<br />Save the Children works on concerns related to underprivileged children. Your kind contribution ensures that these children receive education, protection and all other conditions required for their survival.<br />Save the Children would utilize the proceedings to facilitate response that are timely, at appropriate scale and scope, providing high quality programming, to help the most vulnerable children.<br />
  13. 13. How can we support CRY<br />This PowerPoint Presentation is all about that we should help these kids to overcome from the above mentioned criteria.<br />We can support CRY in the following modes:<br />Donate: Funds are the critical lifeline not only for CRY, but for over 200 NGOs working with us.<br />Volunteer & Participate: Our time, skills and moral support are crucial. We can join a Public Action Group near your area and participate in activities like the marathon, yatras and street plays.<br />Write, Blog & Spread the world: If you are a media person or have access to the media, write about the injustice meted out to children. Blog your views on www.childrightsandyou.blogspot.com<br />Shop: Shop for gifts online at www.thecryshop.cry.org The sales proceeds are ploughed back to support our demand for child rights.<br />
  14. 14. Branches over there in India<br />
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