Beneficiary

Children

Children are the most beautiful creatures on earth

Children are one of the most beautiful creatures on earth – they are full of joy, energy and curiosity. They constantly explore everything around them and in the process learn many things. The process of exploration and learning in early childhood is crucial to the child’s development. Research studies show that 50% of the total intellectual development of a child is completed by the time he is four years old. Obviously, much care must be provided to the child during its first few years. It is the responsibility of the parents and the society to provide an enriching environment for children, so as to ensure proper development of their innate talents and skills to the maximum possible extent.

Pre-school years are central from the point of view of child development. In early childhood, development is rapid and environment creates a deep impact on individual when his development is at its fastest. Similarly, the consequences of deprivation are also much greater in the first five years than that could be, if they happened in later years. Pre-school years are crucial for developing proper values and attitudes in children. The foundation of scientific attitudes and proper values such as hard work, national sentiments etc could be developed in children better, if a beginning in this direction is made in early childhood. The nutrition given in pre-school is also a major factor that determines the development of children. Malnutrition in early childhood can cause lasting and irreparable damage to the child’s physical, motor and intellectual development.

Schemes

Sanadha Balyam
Integrated Child Development Service (60% CSS)
Integrated Child Protection Scheme ( 60% CSS)
Childline Services
An Integrated Scheme for Street Children
Scheme for Welfare of Working Children in Need of Care and Protection
Scheme of Assistance to Homes (SISUGREH) for Children to Promote In-Country Adoption
State Plan of Action (SPAC)
Cancer Suraksha Scheme
Nutrition Supplement to HIV Affected Women and Children
Implementation of Child Marriage Prohibition Act, 2006
Educational Assistance to Children of Women Headed Families
Adoption
Foster Care
Sponsorship
Educational Assistance to Children of Prisoners

Services

Child Development
Child Protection
Juvenile Justice
Adoption
Foster Care
Sponsorship
Orphanages
Child Line
Track Child

Documents

State Policy State Nutrition Policy
State Policy Nirbhaya State Policy- Malayalam
State Policy Nirbhaya State Policy- English
State Policy State Child Policy 2016
Act Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015
Act The Orphanages & Other Charitable Homes (Supervision and Control) Act 1960
Act THE CHILD LABOUR (Prohibition and Regulation) ACT, 1986
Act THE CHILD LABOUR (PROHIBITION AND REGULATION) AMENDMENT ACT, 2016
Act THE PROHIBITION OF CHILD MARRIAGE ACT, 2006
Rules The Orphanages & Other Charitable Homes (Supervision and Control) Rules
Rules Juvenile Justice Model Rule 2016
Rules Kerala juvenile justice ( care & protection of children) rules,2014
Rules Kerala State (Orphanages and other Charitable Homes) Board of Control Rules, 1961
Rules Kerala Prohibition of Child Marriage Rules, 2008
Regulations Adoption Regulation 2017

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