As China has accelerated the pace of urbanization and industrialization in recent years, a large number of surplus rural labor force search for work in cities, the problem of left-behind rural children has become increasingly prominent. According to the latest survey of All China Women's Federation, the country has 61 million left-behind children in rural areas. Some left-behind children have been separated from their parents for a long time, arousing a series of social problems resulted from problems of life care, kinship care, safety and psychological health.
To further deepen the care services and explore effective mode of caring for left-behind children in rural areas, All China Women's Federation and China Children and Teenagers' Fund jointly launched "Children's Happy Home" project. Those happy homes set up in rural areas provide child care services, family education guidance, psychological counseling and other services for left-behind children. In the meantime, "Children's Happy Home" provides a platform for parent-child video chat, classes, reading and video games, which serve to improve family communication, strengthen the popularization of scientific knowledge for family education and to optimize the family and social environment for left-behind children.