The dream is that all children from economically backward families should get educated.
Bhaskar News Service
Mathura. In the year 2008, Street to School campaign was started with 35 children in Nawada slum located on Mathura Highway. Justice for Children Street School, run by child rights activist Satish Chandra Sharma, free education centers of Gopal Nagar, Lajpatnagar Transport Nagar Panna, provides education to children deprived of education from immigrant and poor families living in roadside slums and slums and from the mainstream of society. Through Pokhar Centres, work is being done to connect more than 300 children with education, health and mainstream of society. All these children are given admission in government and private schools. Justice for Children Street School provides education to the children studying at the free center along with making them proficient in various disciplines like sports, dance, judo, karate and participation in various competitions. Along with their health check-up with the help of helpful doctors, their needs are also provided. Along with providing things like books, copies, stationery, bags, toys, dresses, shoes with social support, they are also taken on educational trips every year so that they get all the opportunities and opportunities like all other children and they grow up to be responsible for the society and the country. Become a citizen. Satish Chandra Sharma, President of Justice for Children and Women Society, is continuously implementing various projects and programs for child rights, which include making children aware about Good Touch Bed Touch and awareness campaign program against child labor and beggary. Drug and child labor free childhood campaign, fear free education campaign, toy and book bank, Charan Paduka campaign and sewing embroidery center are being run to make girls self-reliant. Presently 15 volunteers are providing their free services at five centers of Justice for Children Street School Free Education Centres. Child rights activist Satish Chandra Sharma works as a member of various committees to help children and the needy through District Child Welfare Committee, District Child Labor Elimination Committee, District Bonded Labor Vigilance Committee, District Shram Bandhu Committee, Juvenile Justice Board, District Legal Services Authority. Working to provide rights.
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