CHILDLINE SILCHAR

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SILCHAR CHILDLINE

CHILDLINE (1098) service is a 24 hour free emergency phone outreach service for Children (0-18) in need of care and protection. CHILDLINE is a project sponsored by the Ministry for Women & Child Development, Government of India This is noteworthy that in Silchar, CHILDLINE service is partnered by Deshabandhu Club (Collaborative organization) and Rajiv Open Institute (Nodal Organization) since May, 2012.

CHILDLINE (1098) Programs and Activities:

  • Responding to calls on the national toll free number 1098 and provision to rescue and offer emergency outreach services for children in need of care and protection;
  • Coordinating rescue and other outreach services with the help of relevant local departments like police, administration, labour, health, railways and others;
  • Ensuring proper documentation of all children rescued to facilitate their rehabilitation and restoration, where necessary;
  • Producing children before the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) for ensuring care and protection;
  • Supporting the CWC in the long term rehabilitation of children, where required;
  • Supporting a national network for the tracking of missing children;
  • Providing data related to children rescued and rehabilitated to for compilation of a national comprehensive database of child protection;
  • Creating awareness and ensuring access to the 1098 Child helpline (CHILDLINE) number

 

Targeted Beneficiaries like Street children, Child addicts, Abused children, mentally ill children, Child laborers, Children affected by disaster, HIV/AIDS infected children, differently- able children, Trafficked children

Goal of the Program

  • To establish one common brand for CHILDLINE, making it the most recognized reference point in the field of Child Rights.
  • To set up systems and processes for existing CHILDLINE city and district teams to:
  • Enhance service excellence
  • Move from being activity-oriented to goal-oriented
  • To launch the CL service to the most under-represented and under-reached geographical and thematic child rights areas
  • To make National Initiative for Child Protection (NICP) the most comprehensive initiative in the country for mainstreaming child protection.
  • To optimize new technologies for up scaling CHILDLINE, reducing the cost per call and making operational systems more professional
  • To develop systems and processes to ensure performance excellence in CIF
  • To develop new roles and cross-functional leadership positions to facilitate CIF's journey to the next phase of its growth.
  • To integrate child participation within CIF governance through a children's advisory council
  • To raise local resources to deepen individual commitment and stake in CHILDLINE.
  • To develop an innovations FUNDS/fellowship to spur new ideas in the sector.
  • Vision

A child friendly nation that guarantees the rights and protection of all children.

  • Mission

CHILDLINE will reach out to every child in need and ensure their rights and protection through the Four Cs.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS AS PER THE INDICATORS
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Interventions For the financial year 2013-14

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Intervention
FY- 2013-14
1
Medical Help
3
2
Shelter
16
3
Restoration (within the country)
16
4
Protection from abuse
29
5
Child in Conflict with Law
15
6
Sponsorship
2
7
Referred by another CHILDLINE
12
8
Missing Children
12
9
Child Lost
10
Parents Asking Help
1
Total
106

Open House:–Covered on Dwarbandh, Silchar, Roygarh, Silchar Town High School, Loharbandh areas, Link Road, silchar
Outreach Programme: - Covered on Borjalenga, Dhoarbandh, Barkhala , Ramnagar, Tarapur, Dholai, Kathal Road, Udharbonh, Shalchapra, Railway station, Dudpatil, Malugram, Ithkhola, Malini Beel,  Jailroad, Irongmara, Mazumdar bazar, Meherpur, Link Road, Sonai, Narshingpur, Sonai Road, Civil Hospital, Srikona, Kalain , NYK and All the local police station & out post.

Some Photos

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