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  • INDIAN CENTRE FOR INTEGARTED DEVELOPMENT (ICID) Inspiring, Enabling, Empowering Young People and children

    LIFE IN FULLNESS

    Annual report 2016 Yuvajyothi, St. Martin Nagar, Jaripatka, Nagpur

    Ph: 91 712 2630615, Email: icidngp@gmail.com

    INDIAN CENTRE FOR INTEGARTED DEVELOPMENT (ICID) Inspiring, Enabling, Empowering Young People and children

    LIFE IN FULLNESS

    Annual report 2016 - 2017 Yuvajyothi, St. Martin Nagar, Jaripatka, Nagpur - 440 014

    Ph: 91 712 2630615, 91 9049473743 icidngp@gmail.com Web: www.icid.org.in

    INDIAN CENTRE FOR INTEGARTED DEVELOPMENT (ICID) Inspiring, Enabling, Empowering Young People and children

  • Dear friends,

    Every child has a right to a childhood that involves love, care, health, education, protection and

    opportunities to allow them to grow into their full stature as human beings. In India, the

    constitution, the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, the Right of Children to

    Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) 2009, the Protection of Children

    from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO Act) 2012, the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation)

    Amendment Act, 2016 and a number of instruments provide safeguards to the youngest citizens and

    provide them with opportunities to grow into healthy and responsible adults. But unfortunately,

    millions of children lose their childhood due to poverty, malnutrition, poor health, child labour,

    inaccessible education and exploitation.

    ICID is committed to the protection and integral development of these children in difficult situations,

    in line with its vision and mission. The foremost task of the organization is to protect the children

    from exploitative situations and promote their basic rights in relation to child survival, protection,

    development and participation that are enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of Children 1989.

    It commits itself to nurture healthy development of children and young people who do not have

    adequate care and protection. It also works to build the skills and resilience of the children in

    challenging situations by giving them access to equitable education, health care and other support

    services. In order to strengthen these efforts, ICID has also initiated a number of women

    empowerment programs because women, as mothers, play an integral role in the protection and

    development of children.

    I am very happy to inform that during this year, the organization reached out to over 13,000 people

    including children, youth, women and other disadvantaged communities through various programs

    such as Yuvajyothi, CHILDLINE, Manini 2, Nirmaljyothi, Deepshikha, Yuva Sampad, Life skill

    education, Summer camps, Bal mela, Medical camps, Educational sponsorships and others.

    ICID acknowledges with gratitude the support of all the project partners, donors, volunteers and well

    wishers. The dedicated and persistent effort of the team is commendable. The animated

    participation of the beneficiaries in the various programs has led to their overall success.

    Herald D’ Souza OP

    Director

  • Brief History of The organization

    The Indian Centre for Integrated Development (ICID) is a registered, not for profit organization

    committed to the protection and advocacy of the rights of disadvantaged children, youth and

    women since 2004 in urban and rural areas of the Nagpur district. ICID is a social work branch of the

    Dominican Friars in India who have been involved in community mobilization and the development

    of the urban and rural poor. This has been achieved through a number of developmental initiatives

    in India and Nagpur city in particular, over the past 60 years.

    Vision of the Organization

    Our vision is a just and free society where child rights are recognized and protected, leading to

    integral and responsible human development.

    Mission of the Organization

    Our mission is to inspire, enable and empower children and young people to become actors, in their

    development for a just and free society.

    The aims and objects of the Organization

     To promote and facilitate sustainable integrated human development of the vulnerable

    sections of the society.

     To develop and promote health care system where people are empowered to take care of

    their own health needs.

     To promote child rights especially of survival, protection, development and participation.

     To promote literacy through basic education and to establish and run shelter homes for

    vulnerable children.

     To conduct surveys, research and documentation which will effect in holistic development of

    the children, youth and the poor.

     To organize seminars, trainings and development programmes for those who are involved in

    working with vulnerable sections of the society.

     To establish institutions and train personnel for integral human development, community

    health and environment protection.

    We provide support and care for children who

    • live on the street

    • are begging and rag picking

    • are engaged in paid work

    • are abandoned/orphaned/lost/missing/run away/trafficked

    • are/have been abused/exploited

    • are/have been neglected or are/have been in distress

    • victims of substance abuse

    • have a disability

    • have dropped out of school

    • are in conflict with law

    • are living with/affected by HIV/AIDS

  • The core areas of work of the Organization

    Child Protection: The organization rescues children from exploitative, abusive and other

    disadvantaged situations such as train stations, streets, pavement dwelling, work place

    They provide a protective environment where a child finds a safe, dignified and friendly atmosphere

    including rehabilitation into their families. This is done through various programs

    outreach, formation of children’s groups, organizing child right awar

    CHILDLINE – 24x7 emergency free phone helpline and outreach service for children in distress and

    Yuvajyothi Children’s Home where children are given a familial environment.

    Education: A number of programs are implemented in order to

    kindergarten, formal and non formal education for the children

    tuitions in community based centres,

    children in slum communities, educational sponsorsh

    in slum communities, computer literacy,

    work students and volunteers.

    Health: The organisation works to promote good health in all project areas through programs such

    as health and hygiene awareness programs, primary health services,

    for children, health camps and adolescent health

    Women empowerment: Regular trainings and

    for women, home management and gender equality

    groups and young women’s groups

    Livelihood: Livelihood training on tailoring for women and vocational training for youth in

    collaboration with other institutions are undertaken throughout the year. The women

    the necessary skills for livelihood in the trade

    Entrepreneurship was promoted among disadvantaged women through interest free loans.

    Disadvantaged women from rural areas

    goat rearing as a source of nutrition and income.

    The core areas of work of the Organization

    The organization rescues children from exploitative, abusive and other

    disadvantaged situations such as train stations, streets, pavement dwelling, work place

    a protective environment where a child finds a safe, dignified and friendly atmosphere

    including rehabilitation into their families. This is done through various programs

    outreach, formation of children’s groups, organizing child right awareness and advocacy programs,

    24x7 emergency free phone helpline and outreach service for children in distress and

    Yuvajyothi Children’s Home where children are given a familial environment.

    A number of programs are implemented in order to provide education such as

    formal and non formal education for the children of Yuvajyothi Children’s Home,

    ions in community based centres, life skill education in schools and centres, summer camps f

    educational sponsorship for needy children and youth, library services

    communities, computer literacy, employability skill training and a resource centre for social

    The organisation works to promote good health in all project areas through programs such

    programs, primary health services, medical referrals and support

    health camps and adolescent health assistance.

    Regular trainings and education in areas such as social and legal protection

    , home management and gender equality are held. Formation and facilitation of self help

    groups and young women’s groups were organized throughout the year for additional support

    on tailoring for women and vocational training for youth in

    collaboration with other institutions are undertaken throughout the year. The women

    the necessary skills for livelihood in the trade while the youth were supported for job placements.

    promoted among disadvantaged women through interest free loans.

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