India against child abuse

On November 15th, 2022

An Awareness session was conducted at the Bhuri Tekri to make children know about the ways in which child abuse takes place and what the child helpline number is.

India against Child abuse

Two out of every three children in India are physically abused. Out of 69% children physically abused, 54.68% were boys. Over 50% children were being subjected to one or the other form of physical abuse. Out of those children physically abused in family situations, 88.6% were physically abused by parents.

It should be a joint effort by the parents, society, and the government to safeguard the children against all forms of abuse and neglect. A multidisciplinary approach is required to provide early intervention, educate children and parents against such forms of neglect and abuse.

This Child Awareness program initiated by Vijay Social Welfare Society aims to make children aware of such dangerous situations. We hope to educate them about saving themselves.

This will help in lowering the number of cases and making India a safer place for children.

There was session conducted on Nov 08,2022 for children in Bheel colony to make them understand the types of Child abuse and how to protect themselves from this.

They were also told about Good and Bad touch and Child helpline no. 1098


VSWS Meeting with the Collector

Let’s do good

Meeting in the collector office on the occasion of Govardhan Pooja. The key points where how to conserve the natural resources and promote organic farming…

In the presence of the collector Mr Manish Singh, MLA Mr. Ramesh Mendola ji, Shri Mahendra Hardia ji, Shri Madhu Verma ji ,upper collector Shri Abhay ji, Jan Abhiyan parishad team ,Shri Pravesh ji , Rituja madam and organizations working on environmental conservation.

After this informative discussion all the members took oath to preserve the environment.

The meeting was originally in bhopal from where the chief minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan addressed the gathering. #janabhiyanparishad#IndoreTimes#indorewale#janabhiyan#ngo#NGOs#ngoindia#green#farming#organicproducts