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India is home to the largest child and adolescent population in the world. 162,449 children were victims of crime and exploitation in 2022 and an additional 8 crore children are out of school which makes them more vulnerable to being exploited.

India Child Protection (ICP), established in 2005, is a leading child rights protection organisation dedicated to combatting child sexual abuse (CSA) and related crimes, including child trafficking, exploitation of children in the digital space, and child marriage.

Through its ground-breaking programmes and multi-pronged approach, ICP works to create a child protection ecosystem that prevents crimes against children, fights for justice for survivors and their families, strengthens the child protection mechanism, and promotes children’s rights in India. Through legal deterrence and awareness generation, it strives to bring about the behavioural and systemic changes required for a lasting, sustainable impact on child protection issues.

ICP’s work towards eliminating online CSA has been seminal in shaping the ecosystem to combat CSA in digital space. The research on the extent of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) available in the digital space and its sharing was instrumental in the formation of the Parliamentary Standing Committee at Rajya Sabha, headed by Chairman Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, to prevent sexual abuse of children online and access to online child sexual abuse material (CSAM).


Our Vision

We envision a world where every child is free, safe, healthy, and educated.

Our Mission

To protect children by ending impunity for crimes committed against them, promoting behaviour change that prevents crimes against children, and fighting for justice for survivors and their families.

End Online Child Sexual Abuse

Abuse of Children in Digital Space

End Child Sexual Abuse

Abuse of Children at Home and in the Community

End Child Trafficking

Abuse of Children in Commercial Settings

End Child Marriage

Abuse of Children under Culturally Sanctioned Practices

Our Reach and Impact

In the last 2 years,


investigating officers trained in the investigation of digital crimes against children


cases registered against offenders of online child sexual abuse


master trainers created in 94 schools

children reached through sessions on online CSA in schools, colleges, and communities


Present in 10 States and 1 Union Territory – Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, New Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Goa.

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Breaking new ground every day to protect children from all forms of sexual abuse and exploitation

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