SHG Members Assert to Open Account in Cooperative Bank
Mothers of child labourers of Hasmat Nagar formed two self-help groups and started saving and credit activities with the support of the project team members. The project team members provided handholding support to members/leaders of SHGs in making the SHGs functional.
On March 4, 2019
Health Check-up and Treatment at Government Hospital
Working in glass industry always affects the health of the working children. The glass industry is health hazardous industry. This health aspect has been clearly disseminated to children, adolescents and parents during meetings of Children Parliament, Adolescents Groups and Child Rights
Freed Child Labour Takes Vocational Training in Carpentry
This is the story of Jeeshan, a 15 years old child living in Aabaas Nagar of Firozabad. His father Sabir Ali is a vendor and daily wage labourer. Jeeshan has three sisters and seven brothers. No one his family is literate. He studied only up to second standard. He was not interested in studies
Mainstreaming Freed Child Labour Puja into Formal School
Puja is a 14 years old girl. Her father’s name is Umesh Kumar. She lives in Satyanagar Colony. She belongs to Jatav caste. Due to the poor economic status of families, all members of the families were engaged in bangle work. Puja has two brothers and five sisters. Puja started working on bangles
Mainstreaming Freed Child Labour Khusboo into Formal School
Khushboo Bano, a 13 year old child of Jan Mohamad, resides in Hasmatnagar Colony. She has five brothers and two sisters. Her father is a wage labourer. No one in her family is literate. Her mother, brothers and sisters are engaged in bangle work.
They face problem in paying rent of Rs 500