National Child Labour Project (NCLP) Agra

OBJECTIVES: To eliminate all forms of child labour through

i. Identification and withdrawal of all children in the Project Area from child labour,
ii. Preparing children withdrawn from work for mainstream education alongwith vocational training;
iii. Ensuring convergence of services provided by different government departments/agencies for the benefit of child and their family;

TARGET GROUP: The scheme focuses on:

i) All child workers below the age of 14 years in the identified target area.
ii) Adolescent workers below the age of 18 years in the target area engaged in hazardous occupations / processes.
iii) Families of Child workers in the identified target area.

Implementation of NCLP by SNBS

Since, the task of upliftment and development of marginalized section of the Indian society has become more challenging with the liberalization and modernization of the economy and growing need of human development and its proper deployment therefore, during the past five-year phase, SNBS focused its efforts in two specific directions – engaging systems, community and community representatives to ensure sustainable outcomes; and replication of successful practices in other areas on a broader scale.

The dynamic changes engulfing the Indian Society and the world at large require adequate talent to promote the national interest and lead to a vibrating and modern economy based on equality and interdependence of various individuals and social classes and removing the irrelevant citadel of caste system from India, which in today’s context has become a regressive practice for human existence and growth.
In view of above, SNBS started Two special training center (with 100 child labor boy as well as girl students) from February 2018, in Susheel Nagar slums of Agra with the objective of providing protection and education to working children (Child Labor) in coordination with Labor Department, Agra under National Child Labor Project.

SNBS took the task to educate those children who are exploited at their working places. The teachers of the child labour schools of SNBS are engaged to develop their moral as well as intellectual skills so that they can stand at their own feet, learn and understand the better ways of means and life and can be grown up as best citizens of our Country.

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