Our affiliates


Child | Literacy has affiliates in various countries. Some of these are listed here:

United States

Polaris Project, Washington DC

Polaris is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) that was founded in 2002 to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Since its founding, intervention programs have been created in the United States and Japan to work towards eradicating all forms of human trafficking. The Japan Trafficking Intervention Program (JTIP) was launched in 2004, including a holistic array of programming including direct services for survivors, a hotline for victims and community members to call, training programs to educate law enforcement and social service providers, policy advocacy, leadership development, and grassroots movement-building. Reflective of the small size of the anti-trafficking movement in Japan, Polaris Project is the only NGO in Japan solely dedicated to fighting human trafficking in the entire country.

Address : P.O. Box 53315 Washington, D.C. 20009

Telephone : +1 (202) 745-1001

Fax : +1 (202) 745-1119

Email : info@polarisproject.org

Website : www.polarisproject.org

WE WILL Global Council, Texas

WE WILL Global Council (Women Empowering Women In Learning and Leadership) works closely with public and private sector to promote Millennium Development Goals in Collaboration with global civil societies. Working to improve the quality of life in the Southern regions of the world and giving girls and women the basic rights as human beings has been the mission and passion of WE WILL. Dilshad Deyani is the the President and Founder of WE WILL. She has a Masters from Columbia University. She serves on the Advisory Board for NPR and PBS. Currently as a social researcher she produces and hosts empowering radio shows that run in 22 cities and TV production for minorities.

Address : 9330 LBJ Frwy,St 775 Dallas TX 75243

Telephone : +1 (214) 682-8806

Fax : +1 (972) 226-9542

Email : dilshad@dilshadshow.com

Website : www.dilshadshow.com


Anusheelan Vaichariki Jan Madhyam (AVJM)

AVJM adopts a proactive approach that ensures the timely start of a child's education and that the lack of resources does not become an obstacle later. By providing education along with food and shelter, AVJM makes sure that parents do not discontinue their child's education for lack of resources. Thus, AVJM provides a comprehensive solution to the problem of illiteracy at the root level.

Address : E 79 3rd Floor Amar Colony Lajpat Nagar IV New Delhi 110 024 India

Telephone : +91- 98102-90404

Email : info@avjm.org

Website : www.avjm.org

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