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Mica
Our project aims to address child labour in Jharkhand’s Mica-dependent areas, which are extremely remote and vulnerable. Through child participation and the provision of services that empower children, we take a holistic approach to addressing the problem. The project aims to get children out of the mines and back to school for a longer period...
Nearly half of the world’s children are still affected by partial or complete school closures, two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began, and over 100 million more children will fall below the minimum reading proficiency level as a result of the health catastrophe. The Coronavirus has caused school absences for almost 90% of the world’s...
The Balmanch (Children’s club) in mica dependent districts, emphasises on promoting education, self development, managing and operating facilities provided to children. The Balmanch was formed by our project and the children in the club work towards addressing child exploitation as a result of child labour in the region.  Balmanch meetings are conducted once in every...
The prevailing COVID conditions places families dependent on mica mining at risk. Firstly, they have lost their livelihood and have no means to survive. This makes their children extremely vulnerable to drop out of school and work in the mines. Additionally, the region being rural and remote, lacks access to proper health care services, placing...
Children of India Foundation aims to eliminate worst forms of child labour from the Mica mining belt in Jhakhand, India,  One of the objectives in achieving this is connecting community members with relevant social welfare and social protection government schemes such as Prime Minister Housing Scheme, MNREGA Job cards, Kisan Samman Scheme, COVID-19 Vaccination, Girl...
“This is Charki Bakri and that is Goli Bakri“, says Sunita Devi as she speaks about her goats. “I love them very much”, she adds. Sunita Devi lives in the Mica belt of Jharkhand, where low wages from extreme dependence on Mica collection places families in abject poverty. The result of this is that children...
Capacity Building of project staff and Anganwadi workers on ECE
As part of our Mica project, we conducted various training programmes to develop and strengthen our project team, inclusive of partner NGOs,  and other stakeholders. These training programmes were conducted by staff members and external experts towards the personal development of the team.  Effective delivery of the project:  A 3  day refresher training for 14 staff...
Remidial class 3
During COVID, children belonging to villages in Mica dependent districts of Koderma and Giridih in Jharkhand couldn’t attend school regularly as their parents lost their livelihood and couldn’t support their education. Furthermore, they were made to support their parents in household work and income generation during the pandemic. While working towards re-enrolling these children in...
Home-based education for preschoolers during COVID   In the month of January, 178 families, with 232 children under the age of 5, were monitored and facilitated to include creativity in their home-based Early Childhood Education (ECE) activities. These families belong to the Mica belt in Jharkhand, and preschool education reduces the risk of children working...
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