our programs

  • maternal and child health
  • child protection
  • adolescent empowerment
  • hiv/aids

Over the years, HIV/AIDS, Health & Nutrition, Child Protection and Adolescent Empowerment have emerged as the major domains of CCDT’s interventions, with a special focus on children and their families.

CCDT employs a rights-based approach to empower the most deprived communities, and consequently facilitate sustainable social change.

Through knowledge sharing and evidence based advocacy, CCDT strives to influence state-level policies and practices.

CCDT works with Government Allied agencies (MCGM), like-minded organisations including non-profits and corporates towards building self reliant communities.

maternal &child health

We link communities with existing government health systems — to ensure safe motherhood and reduce malnutrition — by reaching out to children in the age group of 0-6 years, pregnant women and lactating mothers.


We safeguard the rights of children in need of care and protection through our Childline program and building safe communities for children.


We empower adolescents in the communities we serve to advocate for their rights and basic amenities, and become change agents themselves.


We mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on families and children across every ward in Mumbai city. Through the program affected, infected families are able to access testing, treatment and support services.