Childsrights is an International Non- Governmental Organization established in Spain, which focuses in offering a worthy present & future to children living in the streets of India.
Our mission is to provide home, food, medical care, education and all our love and support to Indian children in needs.
In order to achieve this goal, Childsrights runs three orphanages for kids in India in collaboration with the NGO I-India. Two of them are based in Jaipur: Ganga & Childs-In, and the third one, Nane-Home, recently opened its doors in Khajuraho, in October 2012.
We would like to invite you to visit our website and to find out more about our organisation. We hope you enjoy it.
GANGA is the Hindi name of the holy river GANGES, widely known by its purifying water. The name Ganga represents the start of a new life that we provide to the children, as over there they are able to purify themselves from the difficult conditions that they have lived in the streets and welcome to a new life full of Love and opportunities for a brighter future.
Childs-In started to be run by Childsrights two years after Ganga was opened. Initially Christiane didn´t have the intention to extend the girls’ home (Ganga), but when she got to know that the previous Childs-In management had decided to close this orphanage as they didn´t have enough funds to keep it running, she decided to take on the project and soon managed to find sponsors for the kids that made it possible to keep it running.
Nane-Home is the third Childsrights home. It opened its doors in September 2012. Six boys and five girls between the ages of two and twelve live there. Also supported by Nane-Home are eleven children who study internally at schools in the surroundings. Those children are Thinkoo, Mahesh, Laxmi, Kalu, Raju (our deaf boy lives at a school for disabled children in Varanasi) Om Baba, Visha, Rudra, Fazil and Sahil
“Nane-Home” was named after it´s founder Christiane. Her friends call her Nane.