Impact of RCI work on Railway Eco System | Railway Children India

Our Impact

Our approach is working. Over the last 5 years, Railway Children India has worked at 10 railway stations and it’s 30 neighbouring slum communities level across 7 states in India. This has allowed us to achieve the following:

Children Protected

20337 children from immediate dangers.

Drop-in Centres

6352 children accessed the services and safety of our Open Shelters and drop-in centres

United with families

20082 children were restored to their families

Long Term Care

140 children referred to long term care homes

Impact on railway eco system

Railway Stakeholders Trained

42184 Railway Officials including Railway Protection Force (RPF), Government Railway Police (GRP), Station Superintendents, Station Masters and commercial staff have been trained on child protection issues and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for children coming in contact with Railways.

Passenger Awareness

224159 passengers have been sensitised on issues of child protection and made aware of the rights of children through our station level awareness programmes.

Our Achievements


Railway Children India has been nominated by the Government of India’s Ministry of Railways, as a capacity building resource agency on child protection for the Railway Protection Force Training Academy and Railway Protection Force Zonal Training centres.

Accredited by Credibility Alliance


Railway Children India has been involved in working groups constituted by the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) & the Ministry of Women and Child Development. Specifically, in this capacity we have played a major role in the formulation of child protection guidelines for Indian railways to transform all railway stations into child friendly stations.

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