Aug 5, 2019

Child protection - primary responsibility

  • Child protection is the primary responsibility of the family to which society and government are helpful: It is very important that their contribution to child protection is clearly explained at each level. Both the Central and the State Government are morally bound to ensure that these services continue uninterrupted.
  • Teaching family, which is the best place for a child to love: Children have the right to love and care for their family.
  • Privacy and confidentiality: Children's privacy and confidentiality should be maintained at all stages of the service.
  • Uncleanness and Indifference: Every child, regardless of their socio-economic, cultural, religious and sexual circumstances, should be treated with dignity and not discriminated against. 3.5 An important aspect of child protection is the prevention of dangerous situations. Prevention and reduction of vulnerabilities, central to child protection outcomes: The main purpose of ICPS is to increase its family density for child protection.
  • Organizing Children: Center Dave needs to focus on family and social care from the over-confident way of organizing children.
  • Child-oriented planning and implementation: Child protection and services should be implemented at all times and in the interest of child protection and at all levels.
  • Technical Excellence and Code of Conduct: Services available to children should be performed at all levels by qualified personnel, including social workers, psychiatrists, caregivers, government agency employees and lawyers, who adhere to the Code of Conduct and Rules.
  •  Elastic program, according to local individual need: Service activities should be determined based on local need.
  •  Best Regulation and Accountability: A competent and effective child protection system requires transparent management and decision-making, personal and institutional responsibility, providing efficiency reports at all levels.
  • Approach

    Control: Through the Outreach Program, this plan will find families who need help. Workers trained at the Taluka level will determine the availability of services through their network and other connections and with the help of rural and block level child rights committees, ICDS units, NGOs and local units. Social capacity for protection and regulation will be enhanced and child protection will be protected in every area.

    Promoting Family Care: The scheme will focus its methodology on family-based care, such as sponsorship care, foster care, foster care and adoption, through a very thoughtful step. Institutional reviews will also allow children to experience periodic organization and family reunification through it.

    Financial Assistance: Financial assistance will be sent by the Center to the State / UT. The Central Government will initially provide a fixed amount of the fixed budget to the State Government. The State Government or the Union Territory Government will provide this amount in grants to other NGOs for various sections of the scheme.

    Joint Service Provision - Types of Service: Through coordination between sectors like Health, Education, Judiciary, Police, Labor Department, etc., this scheme will be committed to meet the needs of different circumstances of the children.
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