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  • The Aim of the Indian Government is to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 and every child has a secure life and children can access easily natural rights to freedom, health, education, and safe life.
  • The International Law against Child Labor has been made ILO; this year 2021 is the International Year of the Elimination of Child Labor. Globally there are 16 Crores child labours and in India, it is 2.28 Crores. On the other hand, it is rapidly increasing in Madhya Pradesh due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in the case of malnutrition globally 34% of children are malnourished and in Madhya Pradesh, it is 43%, source UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Joint Child malnutrition Estimates, 2021 edition. From the last year, it is increasing regularly due to COVID.
  • If we look towards Bundelkhand is the backward region of Madhya Pradesh and the situation is adverse due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The condition is very poor in two blocks Buxwaha and Damoh of districts Chhatarpur and Damoh respectively. For example rapid increase in malnutrition and due to poor financial conditions we have seen that children have been coming to Damoh town to rag-picking and to do beggary from nearby villages of Damoh town. Along with this, to support their family financially children has been going to do labour work for example a cargo carrier full of 24 children overturned in Damoh district last month wherein all children of the age of 12-18 years were injured, out of which 12 were girls and 4 were severely injured those who were going to district Jabalpur for labour. 
  • GVS is planning to work for the children from the backward region block Buxwaha, district- Chhatarpur and block-Damoh, district-Damoh of Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the causes of malnutrition in children aged 0-5 years were rarely seen as well as child labour cases in children aged 5-14 years. These children are living in the vicious circle of poverty and facing generational racial social discrimination. We want to improve the life of malnourished children as well as children in labour work. To increase the limitations to access the health schemes, care & protection, potable water and sanitation with ease and want to connect these children to the most significant government schemes to which they are entitled.
  • Further, GVS will form groups of Children, Women, Adolescent girls as well as youths and prepare a database. We will build the capacity of frontline workers and stakeholders as well. Wherein, we will aware them of the main causes of malnutrition as well as about child labour and we also introduce them to the drawbacks of malnutrition and child labour. To aware people, we will organize meetings, health sessions among the groups of children, women and adolescent girls and also disseminate its information through posters, pamphlets, puppet shows, wall writing etc. In order to increase the participation of the children, we will conduct various child engagement activities with children such as sports, drawing, painting, puppet shows and will appreciate by awarding them. We will develop a better understanding of district administration such as Women & Child Development, Health Department as well as Labor Department. 

 

  • The families of the children will be linked with the mainstream of the society and Children will be linked with the health and education system; practices like feeding and sanitation will be improved, the ratio of safe institutional delivery will increase, reduced Infant and maternal mortality. Consequently, malnutrition will decrease along with child labour, people will be more aware of malnutrition as well as child labour issues and they will be more aware of government schemes, sanitation, health, clean/potable water and access them the relevant and significant documents of the children will be prepared whichever they require in their further life and as well as in their further education. The understanding of Children about the government departments will be increased as well as the parents and also their parents will be more aware of child rights and children issues. The confidence of children will be increased and their fear will be reduced.
  • Furthermore, children can access health schemes and our child engagement activities as well as their participation will be introduced at the community level, as a result, the understanding of children will increase in the community. We will strengthen the children’s group so they will be able to raise their voices on their issues. Collectively, childhood creativity will be saved and children can fulfil their desires.
Organisers
Gramin Vikas Samiti

Gramin Vikas Samiti

Beneficiary Charity

Govind Yadav

Govind Yadav

Organiser

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