International Children’s Day serves as a global reminder of the importance of nurturing and safeguarding the well-being of the youngest members of our society. This day highlights the need to ensure that children grow up in a safe, healthy, and supportive environment where their rights are protected and their voices are heard. International Children’s Day is when the world collectively acknowledges the potential of children and their right to access education, healthcare, nutrition, protection, and more.
NGOs like Bal Raksha Bharat (also known as Save the Children) play a pivotal role in upholding children’s rights throughout the year. These NGOs are dedicated to ensuring that children’s needs and aspirations are met and that they have access to better opportunities.