महुआडांड़ प्रखंड के सुदूरवर्ती पंचायत दुरूप के पंचायत भवन प्रांगण में वेदिक सोसायटी, लातेहार ने अंतरराष्ट्रीय गैर सरकारी संगठन ट्रिकल अप के सहयोग से अत्यंत गरीब आदिम जनजाति परिवारों के बीच निःशुल्क स्वच्छता किट का वितरण किया। कोरोना महामारी से बचाव के लिए यह स्वच्छता किट अत्यंत महत्वपूर्ण है।स्वच्छता किट के रूप में प्रत्येक चयनित आदिम जनजाति परिवार को चार पीस मास्क, चार पीस छोटा तौलिया, चार पीस सेवलोन का साबुन, 500ml का दो सेनिटाइजर,1 किलोग्राम टाइड वाशिंग पाउडर, एवं दो सेनेटरी नैपकिन दिया गया। उपरोक्त स्वच्छता सामग्रियों के उपयोग एवं महत्व के बारे में प्रतिभागियों को विस्तार से बताया गया, साथ ही उन्हें कोविड का टीका लेने के लिए प्रेरित किया गया। मौके पर दुरुप पंचायत के मुखिया श्रीमती उषा खलखो, पंचायत सचिव श्री संजय मिंज, वेदिक सोसाइटी के प्रोजेक्ट कोऑर्डिनेटर श्री संतोष कुमार यादव, क्षेत्र समन्वयक श्री अनुज कुमार सहित पुरानडीह, दावना, छगरही, बालामहुआ (मेढरुवा) आदि गांव के चयनित अत्यंत गरीब आदिम जनजाति परिवार के प्रतिभागी उपस्थित थे।
वेदिक सोसाइटी के द्वारा लातेहार जिला के गारू एवं महुआडांड प्रखंड के आदिम जनजाति परिवारों को COVID-19 महामारी से बचाव की जानकारी देने के उद्देश्य से 5 गांवों में किया गया दीवार लेखन।
13.05.2020: Today 24 Food Basket has been distributed among the helpless, needy and disabled poor families in the village Salaiya, Manasoti and Ledwakhar. Mukhiya Mrs. Jayanti Devi was also present there during the distribution work in Manasoti village.
Supported By: Childfund India
लॉक डाउन के दौरान ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों के बच्चों की पढ़ाई निर्बाध चलती रहे इसके लिए चाइल्डफंड इंडिया के सहयोग से वेदिक सोसाइटी द्वारा बच्चों को पठन-पाठन सामग्री उपलब्ध कराया गया। इस कोरोना महामारी के समय अति जरूरतमंदों को सहयोग पहुंचने एवं इससे बचाव हेतु लोगो को जागरूक करने का कार्य वेदिक सोसाइटी, चाइल्डफंड के सहयोग से सतबरवा प्रखंड के चार पंचायत के अंतर्गत 21 गांव में कार्य कर रही। इसीके तहत अभी तक 300 परिवारों को स्वच्छता सामग्री, 42 बच्चों को शिक्षण सामग्री तथा 151 परिवारों को सुखा राशन वितरित किया गया है।
वेदिक सोसाइटी द्वारा चाइल्डफंड के सहयोग से सतबरवा प्रखंड के मुरमा, पिपरा कला और दुलसुलमा गांव में 38 जरूरतमंद परिवारों को सूखा राशन एवं 9 परिवार के बच्चों को शैक्षणिक सामग्री का वितरण किया गया, साथ ही उन्हें कोरोना वायरस से बचाव के संदर्भ में सरकार द्वारा दिए गए दिशा-निर्देश के संदर्भ में जानकारी दिया गया।
In Orwai village of Tarwadih Panchayat of Latehar Block, Latehar district of Jharkhand, marriage of 13 year old Imarti (name changed for privacy) was fixed by her parents.Child Protection Committee of the village decided to act against it. They consulted the family members to mobilize them to stop the marriage that child. Initially, the members of family did not agree and argued that they have already made all arrangement and cannot change the decision. Through repeated visit, the VCPC member counselled the family members of the bad effects of child marriage, provisions of Child Marriage Act and even informed them of the punitive aspects of that Act. After a thorough discussion, the parents agreed to stop marriage and have promised that they will get her married only after she attains the age 18 years.
Prabha Devi lost her husband two years ago and lives with her two children, Puja Kumari and Mantula Kumari in village Kato, Block- Mahuadanr (Latehar). She was unable to fulfill their daily requirement. Finally Puja dropped out her education. She applied for widow pension schemes one year ago but only moving around the block office. This information came to notice of BCPC through a social activist then BCPC called a meeting on 10th December 2018 and took string decision for her betterment. Puja was re-enrolled in school and her due fees was left by school administration and Prabha Devi was facilitated with widow schemes. BCPC is trying to add the puja with sponsorship scheme.
*BCPC: Block Child Protection Committee
This is the story of High school Patratu situated at 10 KM far from collectorates. In this school, children from scheduled tribe and tribal communities come from an area of 5 kilometres. In this school 290 boys and 306 girls are enrolled.
The school had constituted a Bal Sansad, but the Bal Sansad was not active. The meeting of the Children’s Parliament was held by the teacher. But the members of the Children’s Parliament were not aware of their roles and responsibility.
The workers of the VEDIC Society met the children of Bal Sansad, the children were given two days of training by the society. Time to time, the staff of VEDIC Society took part in their meetings and told them about new ways to improve the school. After this some bal sansad members were taking initiative and organise regular meetings. After a few months VEDIC staffs were started to give task in their meeting and gardening is one of the tasks which given to the child cabinet in monsoon. Thereafter the Prime Minister Miss Juli Kumari, environment minister Aman Kumar, Sahbaj Khan and all the Bal Sansad members were decided to start the gardening in the vacant places outside the school.
After the children had made up their mind, what was the matter? All the ministers chose vacant places outside the school for gardening and after cleaning them, they planted a flower plant there.
Now this is the situation where people around the school throw dirty things there, the flowers of marigold are spreading fragrance. For this, the Children’s Parliament deserves congratulations.
Ms Renu Kumari (Departed child) Case No. 1190 was associated with VEDIC Society(ChildFund India Project) in 2006 Target village Dulsulma. There were 07 members in her family. Father Mr. Nanhu Prajapati was a daily wage labour and mother, Mrs Purni Devi is house wife. Her father work hard to fulfil the family requirements but somehow he failed. When Renu Kumari was enrolled and got sponsored. Her life changed in many ways.
She was very generous and active participant in the program. She got help and support through DFC and program’s. She was very hard working girl. She continued her studies as her Sponsor helped & supported her by DFC (Amount every month). She started her tuition’s with that money and also a big support to her family. Her father also supported her in studies.
She has now completed her 12th grade and doing a job in JSLPS(Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society). Her post in JSPLS is RBK(Resource Book Keeper) and she is earning monthly Rs.10-22,000.
She is now very happy and supporting to her family. Rennu kumari got married in Aril 2018 in Balumath (Latehar District). Her husband is a small business man. He supported Renu to continue her work in JSLPS. Now she is a independent lady and also a good wife.
A boy,19 years old named Yogender Singh (Departed child), son of Mr. Lotan Singh. They have a large family, He lives with his parents and with his two brothers and two sisters. He resides in a place which is under Palamu district, Jharkhand. Economically this village graph is very poor, child fund India started working in this area and Presently Yogender engaged in tailoring and support his family, his father is a cultivator by occupation and some time he also doing some alternative jobs, his father has been work hard to doing his best to fulfill the requirements of his families but he failed to fulfill their basic needs and requirements.
Agriculture is the main occupation of this village. Education, road, Water, electricity are the main concern of this village,In this village boys do not complete their education and dropout is the little bit higher in this case so, they migrate for income generating sources in other states. This issue was common but after several programs organized by Child Fund India through its local partner Vedic Society, that results to address these issue. Before intervention of Vedic Society Yogender had been dropout from his study in 12th standard for fulfill their families needs. His family condition was very poor. He got to know that an organization doing survey of deprived, excluded and vulnerable child in their village. The survey was conducted through Vedic Society, local partner of Child Fund India. During this period many children got trained by Child Fund India project, yogender was one of them, the team learnt about their families weak financial status and they have a large family and only yogender’s fathers earns. so he did not fulfill his families basic needs properly.
Response & Outcome:
Yogender, enrolled and got sponsored. he has taken training by sponsorship and earn something and provide money to his family, at present he is now in Bangalore and works in tailoring works and worth Rs. 12000/- per month His life been changed in many ways. Through Child Fund India project he got help and support through this job sponsorship. He was very hardworking and sincere to his job. This supports also bring changes in his family. Now he is very happy with his job and supporting to his families basic needs. He also wants that his brother and sisters complete their education and qualify for a job.