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Letter from K.Chandra, Chief Coordinator

Letter from K.Chandra, Chief Coordinator

Respected Diane Nice Madam,

Greetings from All at SKCV Children’s Trust.

This is to inform you that the SKCV Children’s Trust was approved by the Child Line India Foundation Mumbai for establishing Child Help Desk in Vijayawada Railway Station. The Child Line India Foundation is the Nodal Agency for selecting any NGO for establishing Child Help Desk in the Railway Station identified by the Railway Board. The SKCV Children Trust has been maintaining the Child Help Desk since October 2016. As per the instructions issued by the Child Line India Foundation 1 Co-ordinator, 1 Counselor, 7 Team Members and 3 Volunteers were selected by the SKCV Trust for maintaining the Child Help Desk. The Team Members and Volunteers will attend to the Railway Station Vijayawada 24 hours and rescue the Children who run away from their Homes due to various reasons and land in Vijayawada Railway Station. The details of the rescued children will be recorded at the Child Help Desk with the knowledge of Railway Police Force and they will be brought to Night Shelter maintained by the SKCV Trust. Within 24 hours the rescued children have to be produced before Child Welfare Committee constituted by the Government under JJ Act. As per the orders issued by the CWC the rescued children will be handover to their Parents/Relatives or they will be provided shelter either at Premavihar/Amodini, if they do not have Parents. Everyday an average of 5 to 10 children are being rescued by our Team Members and Volunteers. Among the rescued children Girls are also there.

In this process the Team Members and Volunteers are facing some difficulty for brining the rescued children from Railway Station to Night Shelter and from Night Shelter to CWC vice versa. In case of Girls the Team Members are facing much difficult for bringing them from Railway Station. If the Girls who are rescued, do not have Parents they are to be provided shelter at Amodini. Even during hard hours in the Night Girls are being rescued by our Team.

In this circumstances mentioned above, to overcome the problems that are being faced by the Team Members and Volunteers the Trust Board of SKCV Trust has unanimously resolved to purchase “EECO” Maruti Van at a Cost of Rs.4,31,000/- (Four Lakhs Thirty One Thousand Only) by meeting the expenditure from the Local Donations . This is for your Kind Information.

From

K.Chandra

Chief Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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