Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India

by People First Educational Charitable Trust
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Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
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Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India
Rescue Junction Supports Street Children in India

Greetings and Namaste to you all,

We send this report to you with the hope that you are safe and well.

Here Rescue Junction has been classed as an essential emergency service and I want to recognise and thank our brave staff for continuing to work under these unique circumstances. We have been issued with emergency passes and the centre has remained fully open to respond to reports of abuse, lost and children in trouble across the district. We have faced extra expenses in providing PPE and we have had to adjust our accommodation to take into account social distancing but not a day of our vitally important services has been missed.

People First has taken initiative and provide food materials for 201 poor families who lost their work in our working areas in Gaya district in Bihar because of lock down due to prevention of covid -19 and handed over all the food materials to district administration for peacefully distribution among the most needy families. Thanks for all team members who have provide their support for packaging and distribution.

We thank you as ever for your wonderful support and we will be sending you further updates very soon.

Your help is needed more than ever.

With best wishes

Riya

   

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PLEASE SEE OUR NEW WINTER WARMTH APPEAL
PLEASE SEE OUR NEW WINTER WARMTH APPEAL

Namaste Everyone.

Its time for another report.

May I wish you all a very festive season and thank you for care concern and compassion.

Its is my duty to start this report with something very sad.

An adoption centre here in Gaya (nothing to with People First) has been closed down and four people including two women and the director have been charged with serious child sexual offences. Again, this happen… children already in difficulty have been sent to homes full of abuse.

The welfare department told us as some survivors of this terrible abuse were sent to the protection and care of Rescue Junction,” thank God for Rescue Junction where we know children are safe”

We have been very busy as usual a young boy somehow found his way on a train all the way from Chennai in the South of India . He was deaf and dumb but our expert counsellors were able to find his mother and they were escorted back home .

I cannot write this report without mentioning that the administrative director of People First Mr Rakesh Ranjan has been appointed as Chairman of the CWC ( child welfare committee ) the key child welfare body in Gaya District . The government took cognisance of his experience in child protection with People First so congratulations to him on his appointment to this very important role .

We need your help more than ever,

With Thanks

Riya

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Welcome

Hello Everyone!

It’s time for an update again

How are you all? as always, our best wishes  go to you all with our appreciation for your interest in and support for our work here at the Junction.

Since our last report it was our pleasure to welcome Kavita from Global Giving who spent some time visiting the project.

Here’s what he had to say after his time with us ..

“People First Educational Charitable Trust has a competent, dedicated and experienced team who are doing ground-breaking work in Bihar. In the effort to make our society a safe space for every child, People First is doing its part with utmost sincerity”.

Thank you Kavita!

We want to you every single rupee donated is used with the utmost care for the maximum benefit for the children and once again we thank you all for your compassion and kindness.

Thank you all

Riya

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rescued

Hello Everyone

My name is Mr Singh.

I am one of the workers here at Rescue Junction.

I send my greeting to you.

For example here are two stories from children who have come to Rescue Junction just in the last week only.

Rithik 11 years old- A cruel stepmother

Rithik’s father remarried and moved away from his home village. His new stepmother regularly beat him for the crime of trying to go to school instead of doing housework. Unable to bear the constant abuse he ran away and was spotted on the station by a member of our staff alone and crying. He was bought to the protective care of the Junction where our case workers are considering the best options for him.

Ajit 12 years old – working his childhood away at 18 hours a day  

An orphan Ajit a street child was captured by chid traffickers who sold him to a factory owner where he was made to work from 6am to 11am every single day except Sunday for which he was never paid he got only basic food.  He tried to run away and was beaten, after which he was chained to his bed at night. He managed to use a co- worker’s phone and phoned the toll free childline number which he had seen in a discarded newspaper at the factory. As a resukt of his call within 48 hours over 50 children were rescued from the factory in a police raid and the owners are in custody.

Please help us continue our important work, and we thank you for your support We have changed the names of these children according to our best practices protocol.

 

 

 

  

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rescued child labour

Hello Everyone…

This is Riya with another update from Rescue Junction

It has as always been a very busy time. As regular readers will know very sadly there is a big scandal here in Bihar in incidents of child abuse in other residential children’s homes, ( not connected with People First) , and this is subject to a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) full enquiry which is ongoing.

As Rescue Junction is considered a safe place for child protection and care we have now much increased admissions, as other homes in the area have been completely closed down by the government.

 We are as always working with the authorities and law enforcement agencies to tackle child abuse wherever it occurs and we thank you for your support for same.

As we look back over the past year, we have been able to help protect and care hundreds of children.

Our anti child begging campaign (which is still open on GlobalGiving) has not received the support of previous years and with our limited resources this has also limited our work in this regard but we are doing what we can. If you are able to help a link to the campaign appeal is included below in the links.

Our main report picture is of child labourers on platform number one at Gaya Junction . We have hidden the faces because legal action against the traffickers is ongoing.

May we wish you a Happy New year and hope that 2019 will be a great year for you.

Once again thank you all for your support,

Riya

     

 

 

        

the joy and relief of reunion
the joy and relief of reunion

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People First Educational Charitable Trust

Location: Bodhgaya, Bihar - India
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Deepak Kumar
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