Promotes the safety, permanency, and well being of children and families by connecting child welfare, adoption and related professionals as well as concerned citizens to timely, essential information. Child welfare is used to describe a set of usually government-run services designed to protect children and young people who are 18 or under and encourage family stability. These typically include investigation of alleged child abuse, child protective services, foster care, adoption services, and services aimed at supporting at-risk families so they can remain intact. Most children who come to the attention of the child welfare system do so because of any of the five situations, which are often collectively termed child abuse: Neglect including the failure to take adequate measures to safeguard a child from harm and/or gross negligence in providing for a child's basic needs, Emotional abuse, Child sexual abuse, Physical abuse, Psychological abuse.
Navjivan Foundation on child welfare from 2004 giving importance and we have try to give proper knowledge to the parents and several time arranged seminar in the rural areas. Our suggestion to not give marriage to their children below the eighteen and in this matter arranging toys drama visible to them the disadvantages of early marriage and send them for the elementary education at least. We have meet collect some rural children and try to pull or concentrate to wards education and in this connection distribute some child cartoon picture books and by Yoga or physical trepanning tries to feet them both mentally and physically.
As is the case in many developing countries, poverty and lack of educational opportunities have created the basis for child labour in India, especially in the agriculture and handicraft sectors. Contrary to some prevalent myths, children are not employed as weavers either because they have nimble fingers or because they are paid less than adults. Children are employed they have parents are teaching them skills which are perfected only after a considerable period of time and which are not as easily performed by children. Compensation in the carpet industry is on the 'piece rate system' and not on the basis of hours. The Constitution of Indian Prohibits the employment of any child under the age of 14 years in factories, mines, or other hazardous and non-hazardous employment. India's child labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act of 1986 strictly regulates conditions in industries where children are still permitted to be employed and has established substantial penalties for violators, including fines and imprisonment. Exempted from the laws, however, are children working in the family home where specialized crafts are passed from one generation to the next. Ultimately, it is going to take more than laws to remove children from the work force in India. More important, however, are safety nets that ensure replacements or supplemental family income when children are removed from the work place or other employment opportunities and education. Ultimately, the universal availability of compulsory free education for all children in India is what will make the elimination of child labour a reality. Happiness, joy and laughter – that is a child’s entire world should consist of. After all, childhood is perhaps the most special stage of life. And this is what Plan hopes to achieve for every child.