Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation

A world where every child is free, safe, healthy and educated

General

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Organization Name
Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation
Brand
KSCF
Tagline
A world where every child is free, safe, healthy and educated
English-Language Website URL
Type of organization
foundation,
Year Founded
2015
Lead Photo For Profile
HQ Location: City, Country
L-6, Kalkaji, New Delhi 110019 New Dehli | India
HQ Physical address
A23, Mathura Road, Friends Colony West, New Delhi-110065
INDIA
HQ Mailing Address
A23, Mathura Road, Friends Colony West, New Delhi-110065
INDIA
Primary Contact and General Inquiries
info@satyarthi.org.in
History

Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation, founded in 2015 by Nobel Peace Laureate Mr. Kailash Satyarthi, envisions a world where all children are free, safe, healthy, receive quality education, and have the opportunity to realise their potential.

Activity

Mission

Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF, Foundation hereinafter) founded by Nobel Peace Laureate Mr. Kailash Satyarthi envisions a world where all children are free, safe, healthy, receive quality education, and have the opportunity to realise their potential. Mission of the Foundation is to end all forms of violence against children including child trafficking, child labour and slavery. To make the vision of a child-friendly world a reality, KSCF is scaling up Mr. Satyarthi’s four decades of work at both the grassroots and global level. Various initiatives of Mr. Satyarthi during his 40 year’s journey guide the Foundation’s endeavours towards realisation of its goals. The Foundation engages children and youth in its various initiatives and works towards greater collaboration between governments, businesses and communities to ensure effective implementation of national and international laws relating to children. It also partners with other key stakeholders in child rights protection and promotion for realisation of a child friendly world.

Country (or countries) where active
India, USA, Global