CTS conduct its relief and development work with a special focus on disadvantaged children living in poverty. Collaboration with international partners CTS work, in areas like education and health is channeled through its child sponsorship program. One large group in particular, the brick kiln laborers, live as social outcasts in conditions akin to slavery. Their children have absolutely no hope of a different future without the help CTS aim to provide. In addition to working with children aged 6-15, CTS also target youth aged 18-20 to help them gain life skills and technical trainings for better employment opportunities, as well as increasing awareness of human rights.
Two times in a year CTS provides game kits and toys to the children on brick kilns, that children can play with them and enjoy their time. CTS team organize different games, Fun and recreation programs for children on the brick kilns quarterly and provide them special meals on the day.
An educated populace on secure economic footing is vital for combating conflict based on ignorance and hatred. CTS work closely in regions that are grappling with the complex effects of recent conflicts, including high unemployment and limited educational opportunities for marginalized groups.
Under the CTS adult education program young boys, girls and women who have never been educated learning to read and to write their names and to perform simple calculations which will enable them to keep records of their work hours and wages