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WORLDDAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR, ‘CHILDRENARE OUR FUTURE, LET THEM GROW’, Small stepscan make big difference let us initiate, VasundharaBlessing Foundation, WORLDDAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR, ‘CHILDRENARE OUR FUTURE, LET THEM GROW


World child day is observed on 12 June every year all over the world. The day aims to spread awareness about the illegal practice of child labour that is still prevailing around the world. On this day the basic objective is try to eradicate the child labour. This day was first observed by International Labour Organization (ILO), a United Nations Agency. As per the latest reports 160 million child labour has increased due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Many people have lost their income source because of that they have engaged their children in different works to earn money. Education is the birth right of every child and not doing the labour. On this day the founder of our organization “VASUNDHARA BLESSINGS FOUNDATION”, conducted a online session on awareness about World child day. Various points were discussed regarding the child labour – a social crime. Members of our organization are encouraging the people to end this social evil and give them basic education so that they can fight for themselves and earn a living. Dr. Sunita Pachar President of Vasundhara Blessing Foundation, Chair person FAMA Academy and Asst. prof. GLA University suggested that NGOs have a great scope in this and they can help the government to eradicate child labour. Indian coproate houses also playing a great role to overcome child labor issue

VASUNDHARA BLESSINGS FOUNDATION also believes that small steps can make big difference let us initiate for better world. To make these lines true VBFT foundation organised a live program for underprivileged kids to make them aware about education importance and their better future .To motivate kids for education notebook, drawing, colours and eatables were distributed to kids. Organisations member’s motivated underprivileged kids to focus on their study for better future. Organisations members interacted with kids parents and suggested them also to take care of kids preliminary education and not to make indulge them in child labour. Dr. Sunita Pachar a social activist, educationist and motivational speaker   suggested that spreading awareness is the key to end child labour. Parents and the communities should be made to realize that a child belongs to school and not to fields and factories. Government should focus on increasing enrolment rates and improving education quality so that more children reach school and stay there. Setting up of bridge schools for child labourers and grooming them to take the leap to formal schooling Rehabilitation and counseling of former child labourers and sending them to school.

Government has also started ‘National Child Labour Project Scheme’ which focuses on the children less than 14 years of age working in target areas, adolescents below 18 years of age engaged in hazardous occupation. The government is trying to create to create a child labour monitoring and tracking system to save the children from doing labour work.

VBFT appeals to all of you let us contribute to make underprivileged kids future also bright by helping them in their basic education completion and support them for India’s better future, growth and harmony.

Best wishes

Dr. Sunita Pachar President Vasundhara Blessing Foundation, Chair person FAMA Academy and Asst. prof. GLA University

 

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