The reporting and learning centre in New Delhi is an important hub for our rescue work. Through years of experience of conducting rescue missions in Delhi, The Child Trust has built solid competency on identifying victims of child labour and doing rescue raids. We aim to cooperate with the police, both to hold the authorities accountable, as it is their responsibility to protect our children from violations, and for security reasons. One of our biggest challenges and most time consuming activities are identifying where a missing child is being held. In cases of trafficking, middlemen and placing agencies will move the child from one work place to another in order to prevent the families and authorities to locate the child. The experienced staffs in our Delhi reporting centre is well familiar with the methods used by the traffickers, and rescued more than 1000 children between 2001 and 2011. Immediate after rescue the first stage of the rehabilitation processes is initiated through medical examination and psychological guidance.
1. A strong believe in children as they are bearer of Human Rights and recognising their identity
2. Equity and Justice
3. Ensuring affirmative actions for marginalised and deprived children, people and communities
4. Recognise gender equality and encourage girls, women and minorities.
5. Participatory democracy with transparency and accountability to the children and communities.