Five destitute children marked for childcare program – Five destitute children marked for childcare program

Chandauli During the Corona call, the children of the deceased parents no longer have to run around. By identifying such children, the district administration assumes responsibility for their proper education and nutrition. So far, five such children have been identified in the district. While surveys are conducted by monitoring committees to find others.
Under CM Bal Seva Yojana, four thousand rupees per month are paid for raising orphaned children after deceased parents from Kovid. While children under ten years of age are housed in the state children’s home for food. The government has ordered arrangements to be made to keep underage girls in the residential school in Kasturba so that they can live and receive education. While for the marriage of orphan girls, the district administration pays Rs. 01.01 lakh into his account. On the other hand, orphan students who are completing vocational training receive a laptop or tablet. When orphans of deceased parents from Kovid were interviewed, five boys were identified in the district.
Work on identifying Kovid’s orphans is ongoing. The Blockwar team was formed. At the same time, the marking work is also carried out by monitoring committees in rural areas. Five children have already been identified. Kishan Verma, Child Protection Officer.

Chandauli During the Corona call, the children of the deceased parents no longer have to run around. By marking such children, the district administration assumes responsibility for their proper education and nutrition. So far, five such children have been identified in the district. While surveys are conducted by monitoring committees to find others.

Under CM Bal Seva Yojana, four thousand rupees per month are paid for raising orphaned children after deceased parents from Kovid. While children under ten years of age are housed in the state children’s home for food. The government has ordered arrangements to be made to keep underage girls in the residential school in Kasturba so that they can live and receive education. While for the marriage of orphan girls, the district administration pays Rs. 01.01 lakh into his account. On the other hand, orphan students who are completing vocational training receive a laptop or tablet. When orphans of deceased parents from Kovid were interviewed, five boys were identified in the district.

Work on identifying Kovid’s orphans is ongoing. The Blockwar team was formed. At the same time, the marking work is also carried out by monitoring committees in rural areas. Five children have already been identified. Kishan Verma, Child Protection Officer.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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