We are

Children of the World (India) Trust Bombay is a non-profit, non-political, secular Charitable Trust, established in India since 1982. We work with underprivileged children and their families, regardless of their caste, creed or religion.

Our Vision is to enable every child to attain the right to well-being and happiness. We share the same goal as our parent organization - Children of the World Norway - to work in the best interests of the child. Through adoption and foster care for the children at our Child Care Center, on the one hand, and through our Sponsorship Program on the other, we provide education, health and nutrition to underprivileged children, to empower them to reach their full potential and become responsible citizens. We also support families and the elderly members of the community, through income generation activities and health interventions, with a special focus on those diagnosed with major illnesses.

Our residential center - Vishwabalak Kendra - at Nerul, Navi Mumbai, welcomes and shelters lost, abandoned or relinquished infants and children with the aim of placing them within loving and nurturing families.

  • 30,000

    People impacted
    through our efforts

  • 6,380

    Children supported through our direct interventions

  • 1,410

    Children under
    our Sponsorship Program

Our Journey

Board of Trustees

  • Ms. Meena Mathew

    – Chairperson,
    Director, Norinco Pvt. Ltd.
    Director, NTS Pvt. Ltd.

  • Ms. Simone N. Tata

    Chairman Emeritus,
    Trent Ltd.

  • Dr. R. P. Agarwal

    MD. M.R.C. P.D.C.H.
    Rtd. Professor of Paediatrics,

  • Mr. P. M. John

    Chartered Accountant

  • Mr. Rabindra Hazari

    M.A. LL.B., M.Phil and
    Ph.D. Advocate

  • Dr. Sajeda Q. Maskati

    Counseling Psychologist

  • Ms. Tina Vajpeyi

    Chartered Accountant

  • Mr. Mandar M. Tambe

    Advocate

  • Dr. Smita Dhawale

    Consulting Psychiatrist

Annual Report 2016-17

Our Team

Our team at Children of the World (India) Trust Bombay - CWB for short - comprises staff with several years of experience in the field of adoption, child care and in working with various stakeholders. They have an extensive understanding of the issues we work with and their rapport with children, youth and adults, in the project areas, has enabled comprehensive interventions to bring about changes in the lives of the children and the communities we work in.