Creating a Community Based Safety Net for Deprived Children through Education and Protection in Uttar Dinajpur district of West Bengal

Objectives: To ensure elementary education along with ICT based learning inputs to out of school girls and boys between 6 to 14 years in the selected villages of Goalpokhor – I block

Urban Shelter for Homeless

Objectives:To give shelter to street dewelling vulnerable Mothers and girls for their protection.

Educating & Protecting Rights of Rural & Urban Deprived Children in West Bengal

Objectives: To capacitate project team and stake holdres on issues of education and child problems , to ensure rights of vulnerable children specially child labour and trafficking

ANKUR - A Drop in Centre

Major Achievement: -
    • A total number of forty-four (44) children groups have been formed and functioning. Out of them there are 5 mixed group where Boys and Girls sit and play together.
    • There are 12 Child Friendly Club in these project Areas.

An initiative to make Diamond Harbour Block-II a ”Child Trafficking Free Zone” under the district of South 24 Parganas

This project targets 10-18 years adolescent girls, Child Domestic Worker (CDW), Potential CDWs or Drop out children in a population of 35,000, in 19 villages under 5 Gram Panchayat, Viz.Kamarpole,

Protecting the Rights of the Children living in and around the Sealdah station

The objective of the program is to provide shelter, protection, nutrition, health care, psychosocial care and education to 2000 children (0-18 years) within the project period, To facilitate the ma


Childline is a national, 24-hour, free emergency telephone helpline and outreach service for children in need of care and protection.

Keeping children safe from abuse and exploitation

Objectives: Identifying 100 high-risk and vulnerable children (50 boys and 50 girls) on the streets, railway platforms (Sealdah), slums and red light areas (Rambagan) as well as those who are lost

Girls Shelters Home

Considering the large number of children in need of care and protection (284 children were restored and rehabilitated in the year 2006, 2007 and 2008 by CINI) and the vulnerability these children, especially the girl child is exposed to, CINI North Bengal unit resolved to start a Girls Shel

Children Living in Red Light Districts

This project was born out of a survey in Khalpara red light area that revealed an overwhelming social exclusion of sex worker’s children added with the risk of these children becoming second-generation sex workers, drug peddlers and pimps.

Adopt a Mother and Save Her Child

Adopt a Mother and Save Her Child

CINI NB’s urban health programme began in the year 2003 under our “Adopt A Mother and Save Her Child” programmme, which is a unique intervention developed by CI

Ensuring Protection to children and adolescents from abuse and exploitation

The project was funded by GOAL India in the year 2005 with a special emphasis on Child Protection to cater to the needs of high-risk children in and around the transit points in Siliguri specifically Tenzin Norgay bus stand, P.C. Mittal bus stand and Siliguri Junction.