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Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Child Welfare Committee to handover 20 children from Meghalaya, rescued from an unlicensed NGO and currently under its custody, to the Chief Secretary of that state. Passing interim orders on a PIL, the
March 8, 2014 Video 'Like she got hit by a truck' Two days after Gary Ernst moved his 89-year-old mother into The Manse assisted living home in Vista, he found her badly infected, dehydrated and covered in bruises. She was rushed to Tri-City Medical
Photos Learn more To learn more about Project TLC, go to http://project-tlc.blogspot.com. Stephanie Nance worries most about the children in Ukraine, specifically the orphans. It is what moved her to adopt three children from that country and what
Charity organizations in Saudi Arabia celebrated the Arab Orphan Day in Jeddah pledging more care and support for orphaned children. Several voluntary organizations like Bir Charity Society, Faisaliah Charity Society, Dar Al-Tarbiya and Dar Al-Zahur
Smt. Krishna Tirath, the Minister of State for Women and Child Development Ministry launched the Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Boys – “Saksham” and conferred the National Awards for Anganwadi Workers for
The Arizona Legislature's Child Protective Services oversight committee is set to hear from the man Gov. Jan Brewer appointed to determine why more than 6,500 abuse and neglect reports received no response. Charles Flanagan is scheduled to testify
A baby "comes into the world expecting someone to take care of them and invest in them," Nelson says. "And then they form this bond or this relationship with this caregiver." But for many Romanian orphans, there wasn't even a person to take them out
THE Philippine government on Sunday assured that the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) was taking care of Filipino orphaned children. Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr.
Michigan's Child Protective Services bureau urged caseworker Hayley Reynolds on Thursday to brace herself, because she was in for grade-A doozy. The case, described by fellow CPS staff members as a real humdinger, is reportedly the kind of
Attorney General Martha Coakley's kids-first campaign platform is taking on water, child advocates say, after it was revealed her office voluntarily backed Texas officials in a lawsuit against the Lone Star state's embattled child welfare system.