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Kejriwal govt sets up Govt field task force for rehabilitation of homeless children
Kejriwal govt sets up Govt field task force for rehabilitation of homeless children

The Delhi government announced on Thursday that the Kejriwal government has set up a field task force for the rehabilitation of homeless children in New Delhi.

The task force will focus on finding homeless children and offering educational, financial, and guardianship support. The government had put aside a budget of Rs 10 crores to build a residential school for these children as part of a comprehensive programme to restore dignity to their lives.

The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights  launched a project in collaboration with Salaam Baalak Trust and Youth Reach to deploy a dedicated field task force for the rehabilitation and reintegration of children in street situations with the strategic support of the Delhi Dialogue and Development Commission (DDCD).

"By forming this taskforce, we will be able to deploy targeted efforts to start giving these children with the minimum amenities they need, like schooling, financial support, and guardianship," stated DDC Delhi Vice-Chairperson Jasmine Shah. The task force would be implemented in stages, beginning with the South and South-East areas."

Youth Reach, the initiative's financial and strategy partner, stated that "We are honoured to work with the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights on this project to bring assistance to street children and assist them in exercising their rights to education, health, and safety."

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