|EFI Children At Risk (EFICAR)|
India, with more than one-third of its population below 18 years, has the largest child population in the world and hence known as a Young Country. On Anti Child labour day 2007, The Times of India reported that India has 12.7 million workers aged between 5 and 14 – the highest in the world . National Family Health Survey III cited Malnutrition to be a significant problem in India. It revealed that 55% of women are Anaemic and 43% of children below 3 are Under-weight. Hindustan Times, on October 15, 2007, reported that India’s rank on the Global Hunger Index 2007 is 94 out of a list of 118 countries, well behind China and Pakistan. UN report has suggested that India is unlikely to make it to the Millennium Development Goals finishing line by 2015.
It also preserves and promotes the UNCRC and various rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India.
1. 3 days residential workshop with the Pastors and Leaders of the Local Churches.