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National Award for Child Welfare, for Vatsal Chaya Chairperson

National Award for Child Welfare, Individual Category , Scroll and Rs 1 lakh cash prize.

National Award for Child Welfare Individual category was conferred upon Sangita Vardhan, Vatsal Chaya , Founder&Chairperson by the President of India, in Darbar Hall, Rashtrapati Bhawan , on the President’s Estate, New Delhi, on the occasion of Children’s Day, 2016.

The Award is given to 3 individuals selected from selected entries from all States and U.T.s of India. It is the highest honor of the country i this category.

The Award commended the work of Sangita Vardhan  for bringing  education to  3000 out of school and deprived children , rescue and rehabilitation of children in beggary .

National Award for Child Welfare institutional &Individual category winners

A welcome honour for our work

 

 

Vatsal Chaya children taking the pledge to keep India Polio free at Rotary Club event at Elante Mall Courtyard

Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program

Vatsal Chaya launches Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program’Kishori Shakti Abhiyan”. The Governor Punjab and Haryana was the Chief Guest.
Chandigarh has 21% people below the stated poverty line indices and people a little above it are quite deprived too.How does gender impact girls in these critical years after primary schooling and turning adult? How can their needs and vulnerabilities be addressed.

Play on saving the girl child’Meri Bitiya’ by Sangita Vardhan. It is from the father’s perspective and Minka and little Gauri played it just right

Governor Punjab & Haryana & Administrator Chandigarh Shri Kaptan Singh Solanki inaugurating the Program.

Girls singing Saraswati Vandana in praise of the Goddess of Learning

Child ProtectionCompendium

As NGO member of a Child Protection Working Group created in May 2016 by Chandigarh Child Protection Society U.T.C.P.S under Dept of Social Welfare in a span of 3 months we have completed a Child Protection Compendium with 9 modules of Standard Operating Procedures based on Juvenile Justice (Care &Protection of children)Act 2015 , POCSO Act, RTE Act and key principles of child rights.
Contains Child Labor, Children in conflict with law, Child Sex Abuse Physical Abuse of Children, Substance Abuse in Children, Special Children, management of children’s home, non institutional care and child protection in schools.
Was released today by Governor Punjab Shri V.P.Singh.

Child Protection Compendium and component Modules

Clowns Across Borders spread cheer among children

Clowns Across Borders bring joyful moments

 

Clowns Across Borders with Vatsal Chaya children and families in Col No 4.Its now the largest slum in Chandigarh where the school is overcrowded, unsafe for further building .There are no playgrounds in school or vicinity. Vatsal Chaya bus takes 150 children from here every day and also teaches 60 children near their huts.Introducing the jolly and beautiful clowning trio of Sukhmani Kohli from Chandigarh, Gabriela Munoz from Mexico , Sampo Kurppa from Helisinki and Noah Veil from USA

Vatsal Chaya gets Literacy Heroes Award at Rotary Ujaala Intercity Event on August 21st 2016.

Rotary Ujala Literacy Hero Award from Mr Ram Bilas Sharma Education Minister Haryana

 

An intercity, Ujala, showcasing the literacy and Wash in Schools programmes undertaken by various Rotary Clubs in the Rotary District 3080 was held at Hotel Hyatt Chandigarh.

Over 600 Rotarians from all over the District converged to the city to participate in this event which had Shri Ram Bilas Sharma, Minister of Education, Haryana as the chief guest, along with some of the leading Rotary luminaries, including former world President of Rotary International Rajendra K. Saboo, past Rotary International Director Shekhar Mehta, Zonal Literacy Committee Chair Ranjan Dhingra, amongst others, informed the Rotary District Governor Raman Aneja.

The joy of singing….

On World Music Day, Vatsal Chaya kids presented a feast of songs to an open audience at the scenic Lake Club courtesy Chandigarh Tourism which gave an opportunity to our kids to showcase their musical talent.Music is an integral part of our curriculum because of its intrinsic beauty and the multiple skills learnt in creative, social, emotional and cognitive spheres.

Raje has been singing on the tambourine on bus routes since he was 9 and supporting his family with the alms he gets. Now new pathways of education and apprenticeship have made music a joyful subject in school. — at Sukhna Lake Club.

Little Karan is just 8 and exploring the congo and holding his own in the ensemble

Dainik Bhaskar Pride Awards 2014

awards and recognition are happy milestones, energising moments,raising flagging spirits when the terrain gets hostile ,but most of all giving hope of a community increasingly engaged and informed…

sign campaign-motivating voters from all walks of life

Building Civic Values & Community Engagement in young minds..