Associates

Associates

Action for the Rights of the Child (ARC)
ARC is a network of organisations in Pune, Maharashtra, working for and with children. Set up in 1991, with Terre des Hommes, the network has been successful in bringing together more than 25 organisations on a common platform of children’s rights. ARC has been instrumental in easing the admission process in government schools for children without birth certificates. Lobbying for more openness in the functioning of government-run residential institutions, getting the corporation to provide shelters for street children, and being one of the founder members of the nation-wide Campaign Against Child Labour have been ARC’s other contributions. TMCP collaborates with ARC on various issues related to children in the mobile creches. At TMCP we are committed to protect the following fundamental rights of the child.

Read More: www.arcpune.org/

Karve Institute of Social Services Pune
TMCP is associated with the Karve Institute of Social Services Pune on a regular basis. Every three months, MSW students from the Institute spend two days a week at TMCP centres. They work as full-time Assistants and are actively involved in the management of the centre.

Read More: www.karve-institute.org/

Sangam India
Sangam India partners with TMCP for their annual Community Programme. Sangam India is a part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS). Sangam organizes the Community Programme where it invites participants from the world over to volunteer with its partners in India. These participants visit India and work with a Sangam Community Partner for a period anywhere between 4 to 12 weeks. They assist and/or lead activities such as craft, music, sports, games, English teaching, computer lessons, nature activities etc, based on their talents, for the partner. This programme is expected to offer a unique opportunity to girls and young women to develop their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world. The programme encourages mixture of cultures and provides the children and the staff at the centres with an exposure to the outside world.

Read More: www.sangamworldcentre.org/