Ward level Child Protection Committees
• Formation and Management of Ward-wise Child Protection Committees:
• Organize and facilitate the establishment of ward-wise child protection committees in collaboration with local stakeholders.
• Conduct regular meetings and training sessions for committee members to enhance their understanding of child protection issues and develop their capacity to address them effectively.
• Support committee members in identifying and responding to child protection concerns within their respective wards.
• Collaborate with relevant authorities and organizations to ensure the committee's active participation in child protection initiatives.
Facilitation and Support for Women Self-Help Group Formation:
• Identify and engage with women within the community who are interested in forming self-help groups (SHGs).
• Provide guidance and support in the establishment and functioning of SHGs, including facilitating regular meetings and capacity-building activities.
• Assist SHGs in developing income-generating activities and accessing resources for their economic empowerment.
• Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to create opportunities for skill development and training for SHG members.
Prevention of Children Entering Railway Stations:
• Collaborate with local authorities, railway officials, and community members to raise awareness about the dangers of children entering railway stations unaccompanied.
• Conduct awareness campaigns and educational programs to inform children and their families about the risks and potential consequences.
• Develop strategies to identify vulnerable children and provide appropriate support and referrals to relevant services.
• Liaise with relevant stakeholders to ensure the implementation of safety measures and preventive interventions in and around railway stations.
Empowerment of Families and Parents in Child Protection:
• Conduct workshops and training sessions for parents and families to enhance their understanding of child protection rights and responsibilities.
• Provide guidance and support to families in developing nurturing and protective environments for children.
• Collaborate with local organizations and professionals to offer counselling and psychosocial support services to families in need.
• Promote community engagement and participation in child protection initiatives through the organization of awareness campaigns, community meetings, and events.
Qualification : Post graduation
Experience : Minimum 3 years work in the community / Ward level
Knowledge : Child Rights , Computer , Report writing in English & Hindi , Two wheeler driving , SHG , Child Protection initiatives
Location: Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh