Details on orphaned children are collected by Corona – details on orphaned children to be raised by Corona

Balrampur Together with the protection of children affected and orphaned by the corona epidemic, their data is collected. Responsibility was transferred to the district-level online task force meeting on Saturday. Children in four categories are protected.
During the virtual meeting, DM Shruti said that the task of collecting safety and details from children orphaned by the corona epidemic has been taken over by the level of government that protects a total of four categories of children. Children whose parents died of a corona infection.
Children whose parents have not been found to be corona positive but all have the same symptoms as Kovid 19 and have died due to treatment or absence, children whose parents are infected with symptoms similar to the corona epidemic or other epidemic due to hospitalization during the hospital stay and there is no one to look after such children at home.
National Children’s Rights Commission to provide mental health and mental health counseling services to children in addition to children whose parents are in isolation from the same symptoms as covid 19 and who do not care for children at home. A toll-free advice center for condolences number was issued by the site.
The helpline number 18001212830 can be consulted. The DM instructed the officers present that they should be obeyed verbally and spiritually, and that no negligence would be tolerated.
In the virtual session, the chairman of the Children’s Aid Committee, Karunendra Shrivastava, said that the people who work at the village level, in the health and police departments, play an important role in this strategy.
The general public has appealed that if a child is found in such a situation, their information will be available through the children’s helpline 1098 and 181 for women.
In the virtual meeting were DPO KM Pandey, responsible SJPU Anupam Tyagi, women’s welfare officer Ragini Mishra, district coordinator Radhik Mishra, responsible director of the one-stop center Kavita Pal, rural Buddhist institute Onkar Nath Chaudhary and coordinator of the children’s helpline 1098, etc. lamps.

Balrampur Together with the protection of children affected and orphaned by the corona epidemic, their data is collected. Responsibility was transferred to the district-level online task force meeting on Saturday. Children in four categories are protected.

During the virtual meeting, DM Shruti said that the task of collecting safety and details from children orphaned by the corona epidemic has been taken over by the level of government that protects a total of four categories of children. Children whose parents died of a corona infection.

Children whose parents have not been found to be corona positive but all have the same symptoms as Kovid 19 and have died due to treatment or absence, children whose parents are infected with symptoms similar to the corona epidemic or other epidemic due to hospitalization during the hospital stay and there is no one to look after such children at home.

National Children’s Rights Commission to provide mental health and mental health counseling services to children in addition to children whose parents are in isolation from the same symptoms as covid 19 and who do not care for children at home. A toll-free advice center for condolences number was issued by the site.

The helpline number 18001212830 can be consulted. The DM instructed the officers present that they should be obeyed verbally and spiritually, and that no negligence would be tolerated.

In the virtual session, the chairman of the Children’s Aid Committee, Karunendra Shrivastava, said that the people who work at the village level, in the health and police departments, play an important role in this strategy.

The general public has appealed that if a child is found in such a situation, their information will be available through the children’s helpline 1098 and 181 for women.

In the virtual meeting were DPO KM Pandey, responsible SJPU Anupam Tyagi, women’s welfare officer Ragini Mishra, district coordinator Radhik Mishra, responsible director of the one-stop center Kavita Pal, rural Buddhist institute Onkar Nath Chaudhary and coordinator of the children’s helpline 1098, etc. lamps.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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