child protection promotion community

  • The community child rights monitoring committee in Nehru nagar, korukkupet designated their area as ‘child protection promotion community’. The committee members have committed to monitor child protection status in their community. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    27 May
    27 May
  • Summer vacation activities for shelter home children   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    27 May
    27 May
  • Summer camp for children from shelter home in a farm house near Mahabalipuram. Thanks to Praise foundation for getting us the place. Children enjoyed the stay. Mr. Christuraj was the resource person. HIs interaction wth children was very effective. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    22 May
    22 May
  • Children from Arunodhaya children sangam had the opportunity to take training in swimming. Thanks to Life saving federation of India. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    22 May
    22 May
  • Details of Quarterly Receipt of Foreign Contribution Jan – Mar 2017 Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    06 May
    06 May
  • women’s day programme by Arunodhaya Mahalir Sangam Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share

    02 May
    02 May
  •   Arunodhaya cultural team had the opportunity to perform at the Tourist trade fair at Island ground on 26th March. The cultural programme was on the theme of Child protection Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    30 Mar
    30 Mar
  • Arunodhaya organised motivation session for children on 26th March with Inspiring Ilango as the resource person. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    30 Mar
    30 Mar
  • National Girl Child day & Samathuva Pongal Celebration with Egmore homeless comunity Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Share on Linkedin Share Share on Digg Share

    17 Feb
    17 Feb
  • CONFEDERATION OF ARUNODHAYA CHILDREN SANGAM ‘Protect Children from Drug Abuse’ANNUAL CONVENTION 2017  PRESS NOTE Arunodhaya, a Child rights organisation works towards a vision of creating a just society in which every child enjoys childhood assured of its rights with dignity and happiness. Arunodhaya believes that all children are born with an inherent right to justice, peace and freedom and deserve access to all fundamental human rights including education, health care, love, respect, security and protection. It is a frozen fact that women and children are the most vulnerable communities of the society. Drug abuse is becoming a widespread problem in the Indian society and Tamil Nadu is no exception. According to National Crime Records Bureau, Tamil Nadu records 205 deaths in 2014 due to drugs. In recent days the incidence of drug abuse among children and adolescents is higher than the general population. India does not have a substance abuse policy for children. There is also a high incidence of charging children under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985. India does not have de-addiction center to deal with child substance abuse problems. The use of tobacco is another major concern amongst children. In India 20 million children a year and nearly 55,000 children a day are drawn into a tobacco addition. The number of incidents of drug abuse amongst school children is on the rise in comparison to previous years. More and more teenagers seem to be addicted to alcohol and tobacco products. This is mainly because of easy availability of drugs access to children. Last year a schoolboy was admitted in hospital after consuming drug chocolates which was sold near his school in RK Naga, Chennai. With increasing number of alcoholic and drug addicts, a large numbers of poor families are suffering economically and emotionally. Women getting beaten up by drunken husband, children are unable to concentrate in their studies in such disturbing conditions. This also leads to increase in the number of suicides and school drop outs. Taking this into consideration Confederation of Arunodhaya Children Sangam children decided to create awareness on drug abuse this year during their Annual convention. 300 children from north Chennai are coming together with their demands to protect every child and create awareness on drug abuse. Children affected by drugs will be sharing their experience on the ill effects of drug. Human Chain Children did saree painting on the theme ‘Effects of Drug Abuse’. During the program (10 am to 10.30 am) children will stand as human chain for 1 km with the saree painting creating awareness on the ill effects of drugs. Cultural Program Children are creating awareness on drug abuse through various forms of cultural program. Children are planning to perform street theatre, oyilattam and parai dance during the program. Guests of honour  Mr. D.  Prince Intelligent officer, Narcotics Crime Bureau  Mr. P.Stephen Asst Commissioner of Police N1 police station, Royapuram Ms. Sangeetha Isvaran Director, Wind Dancer  Mr. Louis Sagayaraj Country Representative –ASMAE   Ms. Virgil D’ Sami Executive Director, Arunodhaya   Demands of Confederation of Arunodhaya Children Sangam children     1   To Close Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation (TASMAC) as men and children are getting addicted to alcohol. Children           living in this situation are pushed to mental pressure which leads to school dropout. Particularly to shut down TASMAC that are existing near Schools, hospitals, bus stop, banks and public places To strictly implement law banning smoking at public place and strictly punish people who trespass this law. Government should provide a complaint box in public places to register complains on drug abuse. A toll…

    15 Feb
    15 Feb
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