"Legal Protections for Children"

Exploring the legal framework surrounding child labour, including provisions prohibiting children under 14 from working and measures to ensure their safety and well-being.

"Combating Child Labour Together

Highlighting the collaborative efforts between Janhit Foundation and the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation in rescuing and rehabilitating child labourers.

"Empowering Communities for Change"

Showcasing community engagement initiatives aimed at raising awareness, mobilizing support, and empowering local stakeholders to take action against child labour.

“Janhit Foundation’s Fight Against Child Labour “

” BREAKING CHAINS:Janhit foundation’s anti child labour crusade” 

” Legal Framework : ” 

In India, the legal framework surrounding child labor is comprehensive, aiming to eradicate exploitative practices and protect the rights of children. The primary legislation governing child labor is the Child Labor (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986, which prohibits the employment of children under the age of 14 in certain hazardous occupations and processes. Section 3 of the Act outlines the prohibition of employment of children in specific occupations, while Section 4 prohibits the employment of children in any occupation or process, barring exceptions mentioned in the Schedule of the Act.

” Fight Against Child Labour: ” 

In collaboration with the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation, Janhit Foundation is dedicated to combating child labour in 150 villages each in Baghpat and Meerut. Together, we strive to rescue vulnerable children and strengthen communities by addressing the pervasive issue of child labour.

Community Engagement:

Through partnerships with local bodies such as the Baal Panchayat Child Protection Committee, Anganwadi workers, Ashas, Gram Pradhans, and village leaders, we promote awareness and mobilize communities to combat child labour. Community social workers play a crucial role in identifying and addressing instances of child labour within villages.    

Rescue and Rehabilitation:

Our collaborative efforts have led to the successful rescue of twenty-four children from exploitative labour conditions. However, our commitment extends beyond rescue to rehabilitation. We link rescued children to government programs, ensuring their access to healthcare, education, and a life free from exploitation.

Ongoing Strategies: 

Despite our achievements, the battle against child labour continues. We are committed to expanding our outreach through partnerships with NGOs and governmental organizations, advocating for legislative reforms, creating livelihood opportunities for families, and empowering youth to protect their rights and access safe employment.   

“Empowering Futures: Janhit Foundation’s Fight Against Child Exploitation” 

Rescuing Innocence:

Janhit Foundation’s proactive approach to rescuing children from exploitative labor conditions. The accompanying paragraph would describe the Foundation’s efforts in identifying, locating, and rescuing children who are victims of child labor. It would emphasize the Foundation’s commitment to providing immediate support and care to these children upon rescue, ensuring their safety and well-being.

"Educating Communities:

Janhit Foundation’s role in raising awareness and advocating against child labor within communities. The paragraph would detail the Foundation’s efforts in conducting awareness campaigns, workshops, and seminars to educate parents, employers, and policymakers about the harmful impacts of child labor. It would also highlight the Foundation’s advocacy work in influencing policy changes and legal reforms aimed at combating child exploitation.

"Empowering Lives: :

Janhit Foundation’s initiatives to rehabilitate and empower former child laborers. The paragraph would elaborate on the Foundation’s comprehensive rehabilitation programs, which include providing access to education, vocational training, healthcare, and psychosocial support services. It would emphasize the Foundation’s holistic approach to helping these children reintegrate into society and lead dignified, fulfilling lives free from exploitation.