Six-year-old Junmoni Saikia discontinued her education because her parents, who are daily wagers, do not have time to accompany her to school, which is far. She spends
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The protection of children is key to ensuring all other rights of children. It involves preventive, responsive and rehabilitative measures to ensure children’s protection. While the priority is
The Supporting Human Capital Development in Meghalaya, a 5-year project, was initiated in the year 2014 with the objective to enhance the employability of Meghalaya’s
“A woman should not worry about what one may think of her” On the occasion of International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8 March, we have
Tribal children in India face several challenges in completing primary education. According to India government, 58% rate of dropout among tribal children at primary school is much
International Education Day: the right of every child to have a qualified teacher has a price tag but is priceless.
On this International Education Day (24 January), as recently adopted by the United Nations, let us remember that the right of every child to have