Children Welfare
Every child is entitled to a good and happy childhood. We work for Child Welfare works to make this possible together with many other organizations, both public and private. We are an NGO and membership is open to everyone. It promotes the wellbeing of children and of families with children, increases respect for childhood and seeks to make it more visible, and sees that children's views are taken into account in public decision-making.
We aims to ensure that :
  • Children are equal members of society.
  • Every child enjoys good and happy surroundings.
  • Parenting and education are respected and supported.
  • Volunteer work, helping, caring and joint responsibility increase.
A healthy, secure childhood

We supports parenting and links between generations and works to promote health and a good environment for children. It arranges afternoon programmes for school children and educates them about substance abuse. Peer students - older pupils - work to increase the feeling of belonging, congeniality and security at schools.
Families need services

We produce diverse services; home-help provides families with short-term child-care services and longer-term special services such as home care for disabled and chronically ill children. Telephone counseling provides children, young people and parents with empathy, assistance and advice. Rehabilitation and child welfare services support families in which there are sick or disabled children or mental and social problems.
A civic organization for the 21st century

Affection, care and wellbeing are the cornerstones of a good childhood. The Mannerheim League is now concentrating on the following challenges:
  • Guaranteeing the right of children to childhood.
  • Promoting responsible parenting
  • Increasing interest in volunteer work
  • Developing partnerships across traditional boundaries to cooperation advancing a global approach to the problems of children and families with children.

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Symposium on Eye-banking and Eye-donation

All India President of Eyebank Association of India Dr Usha Gopinath and Secretary Mr G Ganesh visited the M K International Eyebank of Indore on 2nd May 2015.


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