By joining a campaign, you can make a real difference to the lives of children and young people

We are working to ensure that every children gets their basic needs food, shelter, medication, education and clothing. With the help of effluent people of the society we provide, food and clothing, Our main aim is to make children basic rights are ensured and delivered. We try to bring the government, the media, NGO and civil society together to identify areas where children deprived of those basic needs. We launch advocacy to ensure the rights of the children.

But we need to keep fighting. In recent years, we’ve seen more children at risk of harm. Mental health concerns are on the up. And one in three children in the Bangladesh now live in poverty. Young people are in crisis, yet vital support services are being cut.

You can help us make a difference.

Why campaign with us?

Our campaigns have changed lives. Here’s how:

  • We advocating, sustained emotional abuse against children is a crime.
  • In Dhaka, all street children have for food, education, shelter, treatment and clothing. We provide and ensures
  • Bangladesh law will soon recognise children affected by domestic abuse as victims in their own right. This means more young people will get support to cope.

More children are now protected because of these advocacy for bringing changes to laws and policies. But we need your help to keep doing this work.

Read on to find out about some of the key areas we’re currently campaigning on.

We’re asking the government to End Childhood Crisis

Millions of families were struggling before the pandemic. With a deep recession on the horizon, we know more has to be done – right now. Hardship is devastating on young people. Just ask the five million children living in poverty in the Bangladesh. It’s painful and isolating, and the effects last a lifetime.



We’re asking the government to offer financial support to stop poverty hurting young people. Together, we can give more children the safe and happy childhood they deserve.

Protecting children from domestic abuse

Growing up in a house with domestic violence can be very upsetting for a child. In fact, it can affect them for the rest of their lives.

We’ve already raise an important right for these children, but this is only the first step. Support for child victims of domestic abuse isn’t quite up to scratch. With your help, we can change that.

We want politicians to take action so children aren’t left to cope in silence.