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India: : Society and Culture: Children  (30)

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  • Budding Star - Kids portal for making parenting journey smooth
  • NGO in India - SOS is the NGO in India that looks after child help foundation. It works for child care, child prote




  • Department of Women and Child Development   - Read about women and child development programmes in the country. Includes national plans, policies, UNICEF and related resources.
  • Ask the President - A children's corner dedicated to ask questions to the President of India. Selected questions and their answers shall be displayed on this site.
  • Babloo - Multilingual web site includes interactive education, online games, fun and learning activities and puzzles.
  • Balashray - A home for street-children with HIV and AIDS in New Delhi.
  • Child Duniya - Features education, quiz, child development, joke of the day, story time and kids kitchen.
  • Child Planet - A site for children containing poems, novels, games, and cartoons.
  • Child Welfare and Holistic Organisation for Rural Development - Voluntary organisation for the rehabilitation of children of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Childrens Rights India - An interactive and educational platform to defend and protect children's rights as defined by the UNCRC,with case studies, news and opinion articles, activity centre, and downloads.
  • Churches Council for Child and Youth Care - Dedicated to provide basic necessities to needy children through projects and rehabilitation centres.
  • Deepalaya - Delhi based NGO organisation for slum children.
  • Dimdima - Online children's magazine contains quiz, jigsaw puzzles, and stories.
  • Indiachildren - A commercial site with information about children and raising them.
  • Indian Parenting: The Definitive Guide - Comprehensive website for Indian parents with topics ranging from pregnancy to raising children, including articles on infertility, health and medicine, and Hindu and Muslim baby names.
  • Indianchild - Web directory dedicated to safe surfing tips for children and parents.
  • Integrated Child Development Services ( ICDS ) - Programmes for early childhood care and health development.
  • Janey Centre - Registered NGO institute conducts day school for mentally disabled children of Kochi.
  • Jeena - Organization dedicated to help children with developmental disorders and aims to provide medical care, support services and education to children and their families.
  • Kids Page - Generic website targetted at parents and children, includes links.
  • Kids Site - Fun learning for kids, with ecards, stories, wild life facts, trade zone.
  • Kottayam Orphanage - Welfare orphanage in kottayam dedicated to children whose parents are in prison.
  • Missing Children - Non profit site dedicated to help locate missing children. Publishes details of missing, lost, abandoned and kidnapped children.
  • Nanhi Kali - NGO project dedicated to primary education of underprivileged girl child.
  • Netfundo - Website for children includes games, contests, educational resources, and safe surfing.
  • Pitara - Contains stories, books, poems, activities, articles, forum, create your own page, and school sections.
  • Polio Home Project - Offers shelter, community programmes, support groups, and physiotherapy treatement for children affected with polio.
  • Project Crayons - Child rehabilitation organisation working for the upliftment of physically challenged orphan children nationwide.
  • Rashtriya Mahila Kosh - Society under the Department of Women and Child Development to assist the banking needs and development of welfare activities.
  • Save The Children India - Organization working on the empowerment of disadvantaged children. Covers issues related to education, health, anti-trafficking, and and sexual exploitation.
  • SOS Children's Villages of India - Website of the non-political and non-denominational welfare organisation with a mission to help orphaned and abandoned children by providing them with education, a family and home.
  • 4To40 - Portal for children with Indian perspective.