Working for Child Welfare India

August 29, 2009

In a developing country like India where child welfare should be given the top priority, it is the most neglected area. Child welfare does not only mean providing free education to children but to ensure that they are educated in a healthy environment that supports their educational growth. Child development education therefore, is introduced to make the future of India blossom and grow up to be responsible citizens of the country. However, child welfare in India is also hampered owing to the poverty existent in the rural as well as slum areas of the metropolitan cities.

Though the government is taking steps to offer proper education to each and every child, it doesn’t necessarily reap up practical results. The target of offering child development education can only be achieved through schools which are outfitted with all the basic facilities like propebuilding, medical, hygienic and sport facilities besides a qualified faculty. It is a pitiable state that a number of Indian children are still deprived of basic education and many others who are being educated in the municipal schools are bereaved of basic facilities and study under unhygienic conditions an intolerable surrounding leading many cases of drop-outs. Therefore, where education is free facilities are nil which questions the ability of government to work for child welfare India. Being a responsible citizen, we should instead of cribbing for the lack of facilities lend our helping hands for child welfare India and donate for charity for children.

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