Article 39 of Part IV of the Constitution asks the State to direct its policy towards securing (among other things), that children are not abused; not forced by economic necessity to enter avocations unsuited to their age or strength; and that they are given opportunities to develop in a healthy manner and in conditions of freedom and dignity, protected against moral and material abandonment. .
As per The Constitution of India, Article 15(3), State must make special provisions for children.
the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 is India’s fundamental law in dealing with children in need of care and protection. It caters to their needs through care, protection, development, treatment, social reintegration, through its child-friendly approach by addressing matters in the best interest of children.
Working in collaboration with the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Save the Children launched the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Care and Protection of Children in Street Situations. The SOP lays down a sequence of actions to be taken for restoration and rehabilitation of street children.
The NGO is tirelessly working for the protection of children pushed into child labour, children facing abuse in the community, children trafficked, children affected by a calamity or emergency situations. It rescues them from children facing various kinds of harms – abuse, neglect, exploitation, physical danger and violence. Executing programmes in India’s remotest parts, the NGO is driven by the premise of ensuring happy and safe childhoods for all children.
You may contact the NGO and help the children to get their education and proper care from their parents or through any other source