National Crime Records Bureau, in fact, deciphers missing children figures in India in terms of one child going missing in the country every eight minutes. More worryingly, 55% per cent of those missing are girls and 45% of all missing children have remained untraceable.
A missing child is a parent's worst nightmare.
Steps to be followed by the Parents in case a child is missing:
International Missing Children’s Day was first proclaimed in 1983. International Missing Children’s Day is observed May-25th of every year which honors the commitment to help locate and recover missing children by reminding parents, guardians, families and communities that every child deserves a safe childhood.
In this International Missing Children’s Day is a day to remember many missing children who are still out there .It's our duty to convey them a message that we never, ever stop looking for them. When you come across a poster of a missing child Please share it. Just one small act can bring a child home safe.
A Missing Child Is Counting On Us.