On 7th January 2020, a young child, Abdul Sanad (name changed) was found wandering across platform 4 at the Ghaziabad railway station. Abdul had been searching for a way back to his home. Members of the RCI team noticed Abdul looking confused and desperately looking…Read More
“Not all superheroes wear capes,” is a common sentiment across the world, acknowledging the real frontline heroes of the COVID19 crisis – medical staff, delivery service personnel, social workers, police officers and the like. In praise on these heroes on home ground, the Tamil Nadu…Read More
The proud winners of the Pulitzer Prize 2020 are amongst India’s most talented photojournalists, recognized for their extraordinary work in the field of journalism. What these 5 photojournalists have in common besides the prize, has been to tell stories of children that often go untold,…Read More
“We Are Barely Managing Daily Food During The Crisis.” – The Story Of Chand & His Family
Help Found By A Coincidence Chand (name changed), a-10-year-old child was rescued at the Ghaziabad railway station on 6th November, 2019 by our outreach team. Out of sheer curiosity, he and his cousins had come down to the station to observe and understand how trains…Read More
A Life Of Hardships Sumit (Name Changed) a 14-year-old boy was found by the Railway Children India (RCI) team members at the Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway Station at around 8 PM on March 21, 2020. The child appeared to be very weak and was untidily…Read More
In Conversation With Ravi Shanker – A Field Officer Turned Corona Warrior & His Experience With Reaching Out To Children.
Amongst the undervalued heroes of the current crisis are also our field team members. Never forgetting the organization’s mission to prevent children from slipping into a life on the streets, they have prioritized the rights and protection of children and worked relentlessly to understand their…Read More