mission vatsalya scheme application;mission vatsalya scheme in telangana;The Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing a centrally-sponsored scheme “Mission Vatsalya” erstwhile Child Protection Services (CPS) scheme.Chairman of State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (APSCPCR) Kesali Appa Rao appealed to teachers to help enrol orphans and other vulnerable children under the Centrally sponsored Mission Vatsalya scheme.
The initiative is an integrated child protection scheme (ICPS) to build a protective environment for such children through a government-civil society partnership and is monitored by the Ministry of Women Development and Child Welfare (WD&CW).NTR district Collector S Dilli Rao held a teleconference from the Collectorate here on Sunday with the officials of Women and Child Welfare department for selecting the eligible beneficiaries for Mission Vatsalya scheme.
Mission Vatsalya Scheme
The scheme is implemented by the Ministry of Women and Child Development. Under the scheme, a monthly grant of Rs 4,000 per child is provided for family-based non-institutional care, which also includes Sponsorship (kinship) or Foster Care or After Care.
Speaking on the occasion, the Collector directed all the officials concerned to take applications for the scheme from eligible persons. The officials were further instructed to make the beneficiaries submit the applications with all the necessary details by April 10.
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mission vatsalya scheme application
He requested teachers; staff of Anganwadis and village and ward sachivalayams; and volunteers to identify and enrol such children under the scheme, through which the Centre would extend a monthly financial assistance of ₹4,000 to each child. Those enrolled under PM Care are also eligible, he added.
The last date to apply is April 15. For more details, guardians of eligible children and volunteers can contact the Child Development Project Officer at the WD&CW Department. Applications, along with necessary documents, should be submitted at Anganwadi centres.
The Vision of Mission Vatsalya
Mission Vatsalya advocates for family-based, non-institutional care of children in difficult situations and institutionalized care as a measure of last resort only. The vision of the mission is to ensure a healthy and happy childhood for every child in India and create opportunities for them to realize their full potential in a sustainable manner.
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Aim of the Mission
The Mission aims to:
- Support and sustain children in difficult circumstances;
- Develop context-based solutions for the holistic development of children from varied backgrounds;
- Provide scope for encouraging
Objective of Mission Vatsalya
The key objectives of the mission are:
- The child’s best interests should be considered when creating or implementing initiatives and programs.
- Ensure the right of children to survival, development, protection, and participation.
- Develop fundamental services and improve emergency outreach, community and family-based noninstitutional care, and counselling and support services for institutional care at the national, regional, state, and district levels.
- Coordinate and network with all allied systems to support convergent efforts for seamless service delivery to children in order to ensure appropriate inter-sector response at all levels.
- Promote family and community-level child protection, empower families and communities to recognize risks and vulnerabilities impacting children, and develop and spread preventive methods to shield children from danger, risk, and abuse.
- Encourage private sector partnerships to support children within the framework of the law.
- Ensure the best interests of children through increasing public awareness, educating the public about child rights, vulnerabilities, and protective measures sponsored by the government, and involving the community at all levels.
- Track the development of objective parameters in relation to outputs and outcomes.
- Involve Panchayats and Municipal Local Bodies at the village, ward, and urban cluster levels, and regular monitoring to develop a strong social safety net for children.
Key Features of New Guideline
Some key features of the Mission Vatsalya scheme include:
- Implemented by the Ministry of Women and Child Development.
- A monthly grant of Rs. 4000/- per child is provided for family-based non-institutional care, including Sponsorship (kinship), Foster Care, or After Care.
- Support for a 24×7 helpline service for children in partnership with States and Districts, as defined under the JJ Act, 2015.
- Establishment of Cradle Baby Reception Centres in at least one Specialized Adoption Agency (SAA) in each district to save abandoned children.
- Focus on special needs children in Child Care Institutions (CCIs), who are physically/mentally disabled and not able to go to school.
- Assistance to State Adoption Resource Agencies (SARA), which in turn will aid the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) in promoting adoption.
- Establishment of separate children’s homes based on gender (including separate homes for transgender children) and age for children who require care, as well as for children with special needs.
- Encouragement of the state government to establish open shelters for children who are homeless, missing, being trafficked, working, living on the streets, beggars, substance abusers, etc.
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What is mission Vatsalya?
Mission Vatsalya is a roadmap to achieve development and child protection. priorities aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).It lays emphasis on. child rights, advocacy and awareness along with strengthening of the juvenile justice. care and protection system with the motto to ‘leave no child behind’.
What is the old name of Mission Vatsalya?
The Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing a Centrally Sponsored Scheme “Mission Vatsalya” erstwhile Child Protection Services (CPS) Scheme, since 2009-10 for the welfare and rehabilitation of children.
What is the short name of Mission Vatsalya Yojana?
In 2010, these were merged into a single plan known as the Integrated Child Protection Scheme.