Recently, the GHAR Portal was developed and launched by the National Commission of the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).

About GHAR (GO Home and Re-Unite) Portal:

  • The Track Child Portal helps track missing and found children across all States and Union Territories.
  • The implementation of this portal involves collaboration from various stakeholders, such as the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Railways, State Governments/UT Administrations, Child Welfare Committees, Juvenile Justice Boards, the National Legal Services Authority, and others.


  • Aims to monitor and facilitate the restoration and repatriation of children under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.
  • Digital tracking and monitoring of children in the Juvenile Justice system for repatriation.
  • Provides a mechanism to request translators/interpreters/experts when needed.
  • Allows Child Welfare Committees and District Child Protection Officers to digitally monitor and ensure proper restoration and rehabilitation of children.
  • Includes a checklist format to identify challenging cases and issues related to compensation or other benefits.
  • Offers a list of government-implemented schemes for linking children with support systems during the restoration process.
  • Track Child Portal has a section called “Khoya-Paya” where anyone can report a missing or sighted child.
  • As per NCPCR records, a total of 5175 children have been registered on the GHAR Portal for repatriation.

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