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About our partners
  About our partners:
Save the Children : Bal Raksha Bharat, commonly known as Save the Children India, is a non-profit organization working to improve the lives of children in the India. While Save the Children has been working in India since 1960s, however, Save the Children India formally came into being as Bal Raksha Bharat in 2008 and has since then reached 6.1 million children through its efforts. Save the Children India has joined hands with Jamia Millia Islamia to work in the field of ECCD by helping set up and sustain the Centre for Early Childhood Development & Research.
  Save the Children India is an advocate for children's rights and has programs in the following areas: Child Protection; Education and Child Development, Emergency Response, Health and Nutrition, and Removing child poverty. Save the Children also responds to domestic emergencies and natural disasters such as Floods in South India, Drought in West India, Uttarakhand floods, Floods in Jammu & Kashmir. For details please see www.savethechildren.in
Rainbow Fostering: Rainbow is a long established independent fostering agency in the UK founded in 1998 . They have a breadth of experience with a team of professionals dedicated to achieving successful outcomes for the children and young persons. Rainbow Fostering Agency works in partnership with the local authorities, voluntary agencies and other bodies to ensure the child’s needs are met.
  Rainbow Fostering and CECDR, Jamia Millia Islamia have recently entered into a memorandum of understanding whereby Rainbow Fostering shall support the NRCFC.
  For details please see www.rainbowfostering.co.uk
CERI: Children's Emergency Relief International (CERI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving orphaned, oppressed, impoverished and abused children around the world who are disproportionately affected by poverty, war, famine, natural disasters, human trafficking and other such atrocities. CERI has its operations in Eastern Europe, Latin America, Africa and South Asia.
  CERI is the international arm of BDFC, a global system of health and human service non-profit organizations founded in 1944. To date 10,883,327 people have been impacted by BCFS programmes.
  CERI has been a part of the foster care work in CECDR since the beginning. CERI has lent highly committed, passionate and skilled personnel to the CECDR to help develop the foster care programme.
  For details please see www.cerikids.org