Child Rights Program [CRP]
 
 
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Here children are living in precarious situation emanating from social value system and poverty.
Insensitive socio-cultural setting
? In this area, community discriminate against the child in general and girls in particular
? From home, mosque, playground to school child is prone to emotional, psychological and physical abuse. For example: Mulla (cleric)
usually adopts abusive behavior towards child that results into severe physical punishment.
? Children are excluded to play role in affairs of the society on the pretext that children are incapable of understanding issues.
? Girls are deprived of childhood and forced into early marriage.
Poverty constrains the parents:
? To provide education to the children.
? To live with dignity
? To play instead parents put the children into work in their tender ages.
? To deprive the children of proper attention and care

Goal 
To promote and protect child rights at gross root level through child based community development and rights initiatives and interaction
with children.
Program Objectives
To create social, scientific and cultural awareness among children
To organize rural children at village level.
To provide platform to children for showing their hidden skills.
To build creative, speech and written skills among children
To provide exposure visit to children for learning and sharing.
To sensitize communities for the protecting child rights at local level.
S.#
Interventions
No of Quantity
No of Beneficiaries
01
DA  Community Schools
10
542
02
Child Resource Centers
4
42
03
Leadership Trainings for child groups
2
50
04
Theater Trainings
6
180
05
Exposure /study Visit
3
350
06
International  Child days
2
500
 
Child Eid  Mela
2
1500
 
Seminars on education and child rights
6
500
 
Child rights rallies
8
700
 
Total
50
5674
Summary Interventions & Achievements