Who we are
What are Child Rights?
What legislation promotes and protects Child Rights?
Key Programme Areas
Decades of displacement: 45 years in the Sahrawi refugee camps
In 2015, Oxfam published the “40 faces 40 years” photo exhibition, profiling 40 Sahrawi refugees four decades after the Western Sahara conflict erupted in 1975
Climate-fuelled La Niña in East Africa will drive millions into hunger
Over 50 million people are in need of immediate food assistance in the Horn East
Message from Chairperson
Our children are our future and the National Commission on the Rights of Child is committed to provide an enabling environment for children to enjoy their rights with dignity. As per
its mandate, the National Commission on the Rights of Child will continue
to monitor situations and
developments on child rights to propose required actions to
safeguard children from abuse,
exploitation, violence and neglect. I strongly urge that the Policy makers,
government institutions, parents and other civil society actors must converge their efforts to ensure that each child has equal opportunity to enjoy his/her rights and exploit optimum potential in an atmosphere
of love, harmony and security.