Protecting the girl child - The Hindu.
GIRL CHILD IN TODAY’S SOCIETY The female child in India has been most vulnerable for centuries. We are committing the worst crime against humanity when we don’t even allow children to be born just because they carry the stigma of being girls .The poor infant girls have no choice because they are killed inside the womb of their mothers or killed after birth in parts of Bihar ,Tamil Nadu.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES REFORM 1 INTRODUCTION Child Protective Services (CPS) is a complex system of assessments, investigations, and conclusions.CPS is the central agency in each communities child abuse and neglect service system.It is responsible for ensuring that preventative, investigative, and treatment services are available to children and families endangered by child abuse and neglect.
But often they are quite extensive. So we tried to gather all the necessary information in one argumentative essay on child abuse and systematized it so that it is easy to read and comprehend. So what child abuse is, what its forms are, what ways of protection and prevention are. The answers to these and other questions are in our essay.
Child Protection The process of protecting children from abuse or neglect, preventing impairment of their health and development, and ensuring they are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care that enables children to have optimum life chances and enter adulthood successfully.’ (Source: Working Together to Safeguard Children, 2006).
A girl child is equally important as a boy child. Yes, even the girls carry the genes of her family and pass it on. So if the girl child’s parents are concerned about not being able to carry forward their legacy, then they are wrong. The boy and the girl have equal contribution towards the same. Binds the family together.
Empowering women towards life: It is important to empower women towards every sphere of life where challenges will prove their importance. It is possible through education only. Educating a girl child is much more than getting girls into schools. In developing countries worldwide, the importance of girl’s education is given the great place of honor.
Girl Child Rights are being aggressively advocated in the country by individuals, governmental organisations and many NGOs. We want to be part of a world where girls are celebrated. Where they are treated equally, with love and respect.