Indian Council for Child Welfare-Tamil Nadu ICCW-TN

We are a registered, secular, apolitical, non-profit & a non-governmental organization, with the sole objective of serving children in distress who are orphans and destitute. Guided by the aspiration of true Indians, we pursue our mission with both excellence & compassion, because, THE PEOPLE WHOM WE SERVE DESERVE NOTHING LESS. (Homepage).

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Address: ICCW Tamil Nadu, #5, THIRD MAIN ROAD WEST, SHENOY NAGAR, CHENNAI 600 030, India;
Contact: Phone India: No: 044- 2626 0097 / 2628 2833, Fax: 044- 2621 2550, e-Mail.

About: ICCW-TN is a private humanitarian organization, headquartered in Chennai, committed to help the society in the developing world. Incorporated in the year 1953, we help vulnerable and disadvantageous children through direct services and through intervention of Policy and Program with children throughout India and Tamil Nadu.  

We are working towards:

  • A Protective Framework reporting, rescuing & rehabilitating for Children.
  • Launching special initiatives for promoting Participation rights of Children.
  • Identifying eager volunteers for enriching program.
  • Ensuring efficient, qualitative service delivery.

OUR GUIDING VALUES – The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN CRC) provides a guiding framework for our work. While our focus is child centered we recognize:

  • That for holistic development of children, issues concerning their families, communities and society have to be addressed including poverty and social justice
  • That children and their needs, interest and rights should be considered and have priority in all policy planning and action by Government, both State, Central, the public and that the ICCW, Tamil Nadu has a role in lobbying for and protecting the interest of the children.
  • That the child, for the full & harmonious development of his/her personality, should growup in a family environment.
  • That education is the fundamental right of every child.
  • That the girl child needs special attention so as to ensure her rights to survival, develpment and protection.
  • That we have the most meaningful and widest impact on children’s lives we need to work at the macro-level in influencing policy, changing social attitudes and networking with appropriate authorities, media, NGOs, the public and children themselves.

Named also on NGOs India; and on Karmayog.

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