Although India has a large number of laws to protect and promote the rights of children, children’s concerns are viewed primarily as a welfare issue, rather an issue of rights. By forming children panchayaths and making children aware of their rights, the Child Rights team of Roshni combats the violation of children’s rights and increases their ability to access to the legal system. Adolescent empowerment programmes are conducted to adolescents for smooth and successful transition as adults and to acquire pro social values. Roshni has identified very poor, orphan and single parent girl children to support their education. Holiday camps are conducted for village children to provide them an opportunity to develop their talents and abilities. Adolescent empowerment programmes are carried on in 15 government schools.
Charity sees the needs and not the cause
Giving is the greatest act of Grace
We can not help everyone But we can help some one.