A day Training for Rakshaks of Safe Village Programme on Human Trafficking Help-Line 18004198588 at Vimukti, Pothnal

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Human Trafficking is modern day slavery. In order to pass a strong awareness on Rakshaks, Vimukti Charitable Trust, Pothnal in collaboration with My Choice Foundation, RED ALERT Hydarbad organized one day Training session for all the Rakshak at Vimukti premises on 24 June, 2018. As inaugurated and being the chief guest Rev. Fr. Sathish Fernandes gave a detailed progress of this Safe Village Programme in the different villages for past two years in and around Manvi Taluk. He explained the purpose and motive of this village-building programme. He added that the beneficiaries of this programme are children, women and villagers. 8000 women have been greatly benefitted from this programme.

The spokes-person of the programme Mr. Sudarshan, coordinator of Child Line,Raichur district briefed the gathering about the POCSO Act , Children Rights and various punishments by law in mishandling the children. The organizer and the state coordinator of Safe Village Programme Mr. Munichaudappa, on his speech enlightened that through this programme every people will be awake against all sort of social evils. The mothers will gain knowledge on how to bring up the children in a responsible manner, what is the role of a father in a family, how children must live. He boosted the Rakshaks that in each village they have the duty to curb and notify child marriages, child-labour, the atrocities and abuses on women, the trafficking for sexual and other reasons. By a passing of small message would be a great motto of concern from the part of all Rakshaks. The Rakshaks need to work towards the protection of women and children in their respective villages. All have to join their hands to promote safety of the women and children. He also urged everyone to make the best use of the Help-Line No: 18004198588 in such cases.

Along with the dignitaries the programme witnessed many other prominent persons like the manager of the Rakshaks Mr. MahmadNazim, assistant manager, Mr. Mangalesh, the staff members of Vimukti Charitable Trust, Miss Mamatha, Jecintha, Nagarathna, the director of Ashirwad Trust, Mr. Raghavendra and 32 Rakshaks. Mr. Charli, Udbal hosted vote of thanks towards the end of a day’s programme.

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