The mission of our centre is to provide best possible opportunities to children with special needs. They should be made aware of the various things around them and also we try to make each child a unique and respectable child in the outside world.
We are a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic rehabilitation and professional nursing services to children with special need.
We take care of all types of disable children and care for them, Our challenges are far more difficult as our centre is giving services to villages where economic condition of the family is very low.
We need more volunteers, donars to help us run our centre.
Kindly get in touch for the same.
Information of ICPS
India is home to almost 19% of the world's children. More than one third of the country's population, around 440 million, is below 18 years. India's children are India's future as strength of the nation lies in a healthy, protected, educated and well-developed child population that will grow up to be productive citizens of the country. India must invest resources in children proportionate to their huge numbers.
An exercise on child budgeting carried out by the Ministry of Women and Child Development revealed that total expenditure on children in 2005-2006 in health, education, development and protection together amounted to a mere 3.86%, rising to 4.91% in 2006-07. However, the share of resources for child protection was an abysmal low of 0.034% in 2005-06 and it remained the same in 2006-07.
It is estimated that around 170 million or 40 per cent of India's children are vulnerable to or experiencing difficult circumstances. There is, therefore, an urgent case for increasing expenditure on child protection so that the rights of the children of India are protected. The neglect of child protection issues results in outright violation of the rights of the children and increases their vulnerability to abuse, neglect and exploitation.
The Constitution of India recognizes the
vulnerable position of children and their right to protection. Article 15 the Constitution guarantees special
attention to children through necessary and special laws and policies that safeguard their rights. The Right
to equality, protection of life and personal liberty and the right against exploitation is enshrined in
Articles 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 23 and 24.
The child rights and welfare concerns have been addressed in a number of International Conventions and Standards on child protection including the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) 1989, the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (The Beijing Rules), 1985, the UN Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty, 1990, and the Hague Convention on Inter-country Adoption, 1993. The Government of India ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in 1992. The Convention prescribes standards to be adhered to by all State parties in securing the best interest of the child. It emphasizes social reintegration of child victims, without resorting to judicial proceedings. The UNCRC outlines the fundamental rights of children, including the right to be protected from economic exploitation and harmful work, from all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, and from physical or mental violence, as well as ensuring that children will not be separated from their family against their will.
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