a world where every child, counts

a world where every child, is safe

a world where every child, lives with dignity

SINCE 1990

CCDT has actively addressed deprivation and marginalization of communities and children in Mumbai’s slums, transforming over two million lives.
OUR VISION : A world where every child counts; a world of children living in dignity.
OUR MISSION : Community action combating hunger, disease and discrimination.

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We focus on four key areas: Maternal & Child Health and Nutrition,
HIV/AIDS, Adolescent Empowerment and Child Protection
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marginalized and vulnerable
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We’re raising funds to support our community health program for families affected or infected by HIV/AIDS India is home to the third largest number of people living with HIV in the world. CCDT mitigates the impact of HIV/AIDS on families and children...
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Building a Safe Environment

Community safety is a concept that is concerned with achieving a positive state of well-being among people within social and physical environments. Health and wellness are influenced by the places in which people live, learn, work, and play. To promote a safe and...
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Shedding Light Upon Childline

"There are many problems in our area but we are afraid to file a complaint to the police as we think it we will get us into trouble," says a resident of Ganpat Patil Nagar. With an objective to reach out to the unreached population of Ganpat Patil Nagar, CCDT...
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Impact Stories | Tina

At age seven, Tina had never seen the inside of a school. Her mother was a commercial sex worker in Kamathipura and Tina's education, health and welfare were severely neglected. When Tina was registered at CCDT's Residential Care Center, the program staff went the...
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Impact Stories | Sandip

A nine year old orphan, Sandip (name changed) was brought to CCDT’s Residential Care Center by a social worker from Mumbai Central in 2003. His father had died of HIV three years earlier and his infected mother was admitted to hospital on account of her failing...
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Impact Stories | Ganesh

When his two younger brothers Raju and Ravi went missing, Ganesh suspected that they had been lured by the city of glamour: Mumbai. The three brothers lived together in Reva, a small hamlet in Bhopal. Anxious and deeply agitated, Ganesh called Childline, a twenty-four...
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