The children at risk are a major social problem in the society which needs to be given due to consideration to address their problems of the children. The children in menace are not able to enjoy their legitimate right to play associate and educate. In this connection, CARDS realized the need in rescuing the abandoned and runaway children and observed the growing intensity of the problem of massive migration of the rural children into city as an worrying phenomenon.
Socioeconomic deprivation and parents surmountable pressure on the children often force the children to fly from their home, unfortunately these children entangled in the hands of the malefactors, and many children end up as victims of sexual exploitation, child laborers and bonded laborers, and even they are used for drug trafficking. Furthermore, the school educational system and the teachers' over control also chief factors in driving the children out of their homes.
CARDS has drafted a systematic plan to rescue the abandoned and runaway children and to rehabilitate them in Shelters. The ultimate aim of this proposed project is to facilitate a drive mechanism to rescue the abandoned and runaway children promptly and to reunify with their families for children having a trace out and for others to equip in skill and vocational education to lead a standard of life in par with other children who have ample opportunities to flourish.
Rescued children from the railway platforms | Children reunified with their parents | Children rehabilitated in the Shelters | Children educated on life value skills | Children receive Vocational Trainings in job oriented skills | Advocacy and lobbying for implementing the legal provisions of the right of the children | Study on the socio-demographic characteristics of the children rescued from the railway platforms.
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