* Provide training and education to the Under-Privileged Children
* Train Under-Privileged Women & Children to become Self Dependent.
* Work for Women Empowerment.
* Run and Organise awareness Activities to teach poor people about their growth & awareness.
Children’s rights include the right to health, education, family life, play and recreation, an adequate standard of living and to be protected from abuse and harm. According to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children – that India ratified in 1992 – Every child is born with fundamental rights:
Even today in many parts of India, the birth of a girl child is not welcomed. In case she succeeds to survive the society norms, she never enjoys her basic birth rights and freedom. Right from her birth, she faces discrimination and humiliation at every stage of life. She is mostly neglected because of her gender. She never gets what she deserves.
We toil to design a future for some and attempt to give some a bit of happiness, however making them aware of their basic rights and striving to help them earn their livelihood.
NU’s work includes:
Education of a girl child, Breaking stereotypes, Gender equality, Building women leaders from the society, Illiteracy
We have stepped into 21st century but are still struggling with the problem of Illiteracy. We only have a literacy rate of 74.40%. We are still struggling with shortage of good Govt. schools. The limited number of schools that we have are not competent enough to provide quality education. We at NU are trying to provide basic education to children. We are striving at grassroots level to increase level of awareness about education, every child is entitled to.
The legal age of marriage is 18 for girls and 21 for boys and we at NU are making efforts to stop child marriage. We campaign to stop child marriage and girl health. We spread awareness to eradicate dowry system.
We educate people that giving or receiving dowry is a crime under the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961. We fight against sexual and domestic violence of women.
Gender inequality has been a social issue in India for centuries. A girl child is considered a burden and is often killed in the womb of the mother. In India the child sex ratio is just 914 girls for every 1000 boys (Census, 2011). Women suffer mal-nutrition more than men.
We at Nai Udaan resolve to fight against all types of crimes and discrimination faced by women and children.
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