Resource Organisations Meet for CHILDLINE Bhilwara

March 28, 2015, Bhilwara

The World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) 2015

March 15, 2015, Chittorgarh

CUTS CHD and NABARD organizes a Rally as part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan

March 10, 2015, Bigod, block Mandalgarh, Bhilwara

Use of Vermin compost is boon for farmers.

March 09, 2015, Dhakarkhedi

International Women Day Celebrated

March 08, 2015, Chittorgarh

Resource Organisations Meet for CHILDLINE Bhilwara

March 28, 2015, Bhilwara

On March 28, 2015, Resource Organisations meet was organised by CHILDLINE, Bhilwara at Unique Village Restaurant Bhilwara. Dr. Suman Trivedi, Chairperson of Child Welfare Committee (CWC) and Mr Rajendra Singh, In charge of Anti-human Trafficking were Chief Guests of that event. Total 44 participants were from various NGOs’s representatives, CWC members; Juvenile Justice Board Members and other influential person were attended.

Mr Madan Giri Goswami welcomed to guests and given brief information about organisation, he said that CUTS has been working with the mission on consumer sovereignty in the framework of social justice, economic equality and environmental balance within and across borders. CUTS centre for Human Development was established in 1991 at Senthi village of Chittorgarh for raising living standard of people through community based action programme.

Briefed about CHILDLINE

CHILDLINE Project Coordinator Mr Madan Lal Keer briefed about CHILDLINE activities and its achievements. He told that CHILDLINE project was started by CUTS at Bhilwara in year 2012. CHILDLINE 1098 is a (24 x7) days, national toll free phone service, which can be accessed by a child in distress, CHILDLINE provides emergency assistance to a child and subsequently based upon the child’s need, Mr Keer raised some issue for attention of participants which were:-

  • Child labour related cases are receives from small DHABAs & restaurants but many children are also involved in industries and big hotels.
  • Child marriage is big problem of Rajasthan state as well as Bhilwara but there is no phone calls from community to stop marriage.
  • Child sexual abuse related cases are not received on time.
  • Some cases were received in medical help category, the cost of treatment goes high it is not possible without sponsors.
  • CHILDLINE completed two year in Bhilwara but numbers of cases are not sufficiently increased due to lack of awareness among community.
  • Mrs Seema Suthar and Hemant Singh presented few success case stories which they received through Childline

Child labour can stopped by joint efforts: Dr Suman Trivedi

Child Welfare Committee Chairperson Dr. Suman Trivedi told that CHILDLINE is doing good work in Bhilwara. She said that child labour is a big problem of Bhilwara city and many children are working as domestic servants, that can be rescue if information is given to CHILDLINE without any hesitation. She told that CHILDLINE is working in Bhilwara with effectively. She said that we all can work together to get some donors, who can help to any child in medical and can sponsor them.

Legal action will be taken against child labour owners: Mr Rajender Singh

Anti-Human trafficking unit In-charge Mr Rajender singh told that Social awareness is must require against child labour. Involving children in hazardous labour work is a non-bail able offense and action will be taken against owners. He told that unit is working for stopping child labour on priority basis in Bhilwara in coordination with Child Welfare Committee & CUTS CHILDLINE.

Mr Vineet Kumar, Chairperson of Helen Keller Viklang Sewa Samiti told more coordination is required between concern departments for protection of Child Rights as well as providing help to needy children by regular follow-ups.

Conclusion and Highlights

  • Care & Protection related cases will be entered by NGOs representative if they see any child which requires care and protection.
  • Enhance Awareness of community about Child Rights in their programme areas.
  • All stakeholders will be supported to CHILDLINE to reach programme at each level.
  • Increased better interaction with NGOs representatives, CWC members and JJB members and other stakeholders.
  • Make a strong networking and liaison between various stake holders.

International Women Day Celebrated

March 08, 2015, Chittorgarh

SWEEP Follow-up Convention on International Women’s Day was celebrated with newly elected women representatives in Panchayati Raj Institution, The Event was organized by CUTS Centre for Human Development in Hotel Padmini, Chittorgarh on 8th March, 2015, under ‘Strengthening Women Empowerment through Electoral Process (SWEEP) follow-up convention supported by The Huger Project. This was the first time when all newly elected women gathered under a one roof & shared their sweet and sour experiences during panchayat election, To celebrate this delightful convention, more than 225 people were participated, mostly were as Women Sarpanch, Wardpanch, Members of Panchayat Samiti from Chittorgarh, Nimbhera and Suwana block.

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