This descriptive study covered the team leaders of selected CPOs (Child Protection Organization) in Tamilnadu State, India; on their perception about the level of measurement on intervention on development rights through their programmes. It has been found out that 69.4% CPOs had promoted vocational education for their target adolescent children at a high degree. A vast majority of the CPOs (93.1%) provided space for children’s recreation. It could be inferred that from the above analysis that most of the CPOs had activated to a high extent in the promotion of right to development. Further it is recommended that CPOs need to focus more upon development rights involving various stakeholders.
Right to Development, Team leaders, CPOs, Intervention, logistics and programmes