I’ve posted this info about the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) in India before, even contacted @chris.gorman through PM about it, but it’s never been read, let alone acknowledged or responded to.
A little bit about the foundation
Nobel Peace Laureate Mr. Satyarthi’s experience and proven track record of almost 4 decades at both the grassroots and global policy level uniquely position him to expand and build his work globally through the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF).
We believe that all children must live freely with dignity and have the fundamental right to be safe, healthy and educated in order to realize their potential. In order to make this a reality, KSCF focuses on the 3Ps: Policy, Practice and People.
We work to strengthen policy, share research and practical solutions to build the capacity of governments, businesses and communities in creating a child-friendly world.
We engage with children and stakeholders in communities for promoting a child-friendly environment.
We engage, inspire and mobilize diverse groups to free children from slavery and exploitation.
What is a child’s freedom worth?
An excellent documentary about their work and how it began.
With their track record and stature within India and globally, surely they are worthy of at least being contacted and discussing the possibility of becoming an ETN Trusted Miner partner NGO.
What they do doesn’t stop with just rescuing the children from slavery, there’s lots to do once that’s accomplished.
Link to my initial post about this subject.