Inadequate planning and coordination



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  • Inadequate planning and coordination: Child Protection issues are dealt by different Government Agencies with focus areas other than children also e.g. child labour issues by Ministry of Labour & Employment, disabled persons by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment

  • Inadequate implementation of existing laws and legislations: e.g. - JJ (Care and Protection of Children) 2000 amended in 2006

  • Negligible services relative to the needs: Resources for child protection are meagre and their utilisation is extremely uneven resulting in inadequate outreach = marginal coverage even of children in difficult circumstances



  • Poor infrastructure:

  • Structures mandated by legislation are inadequate – eg. CWCs and JJBs

  • Lack of institutional infrastructure to deal with child protection – lack of standards of care

  • Inadequate Staff:

  • Lack of capacities and less in number than required

  • Inadequate data and documentation

  • Lack of Preventive measures - results in more children falling into difficult circumstances

  • Planning Commission – to merge all small schemes into and umbrella scheme



Objectives:

  • Objectives:

  • Provide a safe and secure environment for overall development of the children in need of care and protection and children in conflict with law

  • Contribute to the improvement in the well being of children in difficult circumstances

  • Reduce vulnerabilities to situations and actions that lead to abuse, neglect, exploitation, abandonment and separation



  • Improved access to CP services

  • Enhanced quality of CP services

  • Enhanced capacities and skills of CP personnel

  • Increased awareness on Child rights and protection



  • Children in need of care and Protection

  • Child in conflict with law – alleged to have committed an offence

  • Child in contact with law – who has come into contact with the law as a victim, witness or any other circumstance

  • Any other vulnerable Child











  • This Unit will be established under the Ministry of Women & Child Development

  • Will be headed by a Mission Director, a Joint Secretary level Officer and assisted by a team of 12 professionals

  • The CPSU will:

  • Develop a plan of action for initiating the implementation of ICPS

  • Set up State Project Support Units (SPSUs) in each State

  • Ensure training , sensitization and capacity building at all levels

  • Hand hold the States during initial implementation of the scheme

  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation

  • A non-recurring budget of Rs. 11.40 lakhs and a recurring budget of Rs. 101.72 lakhs yearly is being provided





NIPCCD shall function as the Nodal Organisation and the National Resource Centre on Child Protection issues

  • NIPCCD shall function as the Nodal Organisation and the National Resource Centre on Child Protection issues

  • A Child Protection Division is being set up in NIPCCD headquarters for this purpose headed by a Joint Director

  • Will facilitate all activities under - Training/capacity building, Research and Documentation and Evaluation of the programme at a national level

  • The non-recurring grants provided for NIPCCD headquarters is Rs. 8.40 lakhs

  • The annual recurring grant provided for NIPCCD headquarter is Rs. 162.17 lakhs - Rs. 100.00 lakhs for training and capacity building and Rs. 25 lakhs for research and documentation







  • Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA) is an autonomous organization of the Ministry of Women and Child Development

  • Functions as the Central Authority in all matters concerning adoption

  • Implements various provisions of the International Conventions in the matter of rights, safeguards and procedures involving children who are orphaned, abandoned or surrendered

  • The role and responsibilities of CARA are to be extended vis a vis non – institutional care and ICPS will support to strengthen CARA so that it can play this role

  • The financial support being provided to CARA is Rs. 5.20 lakhs non-recurring and a recurring grant of Rs. 134.20 lakhs, yearly





Childline services in the country are run by the Childline India Foundation (CIF - a voluntary organization) supported by the Ministry of Women and Child Development

  • Childline services in the country are run by the Childline India Foundation (CIF - a voluntary organization) supported by the Ministry of Women and Child Development

  • Financial support will be provided under this scheme to CIF Headquarter in Mumbai to carry out the nodal responsibility of expansion and monitoring of Childline services in the country

  • Four regional centres will be set up at Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai to facilitate this expansion

  • The financial support provided under this scheme to CIF Headquarters will be Rs. 30 lakhs non-recurring and a recurring budget of Rs. 290.26 lakhs



  • Implement, coordinate, establish linkages and monitor Childline services

  • A non-recurring amount of Rs. 4 lakhs and a recurring fund of Rs. 61.98 lakhs being provided annually for each centre













A Programme for Juvenile Justice

  • A Programme for Juvenile Justice

  • Providing shelter and rehabilitation services for juveniles in conflict with law as well as children in need of care and protection. Sharing of Expenditure between Centre, States and NGOs for Government run Homes - 50:50, NGO run Homes - 45:45:10 and NGO run Homes in tribal areas - 45.5 : 45.5 : 5.0. Outlay for 2009 -10 is 20 crores

  • An Integrated Programme for Street Children

  • To prevent destitution of children and facilitate their withdrawal from life on the street. Sharing ratio is 90-10. Outlay for 2009-10 is 10 crores. This includes:

  • Child Line services

  • A 24-hour toll free telephone service through a dedicated number 1098 available to all children in distress or to adults on behalf of children in distress - runs in 83 cities currently

  • Scheme of Assistance to Homes for Children (Shishu Greh) to Promote In-country Adoption

  • To provide support for institutional care within the country for care and protection of infants and children up to 6 years of age who are either abandoned or orphaned. Central expenditure for State run Institutions is 100% - Ratio of sharing between the Government and the Non Governmental Organizations is 90:10. Outlay for 2009-10 is 2.8 crores.







  • SPSU will ensure effective implementation of ICPS in the State and will report directly to the CPSU

  • The SPSU will function only during the initial implementation of the scheme in the State

  • The SPSU will be headed by a Programme Manager and assisted by a team of 7 Professionals

  • It will:

  • Develop the Plan of action for implementation of ICPS in the State

  • Facilitate setting up of required structures under ICPS

  • Collect and compile information on status of child protection in the State

  • Carry out training, sensitization and capacity building

  • Monitor and evaluate implementation of ICPS in the State

  • A non-recurring budget of Rs. 7.00 lakhs to each SPSU and a recurring budget of Rs. 36.67 lakhs is being provided annually





Will be set up in every State/ UT

  • Will be set up in every State/ UT

  • All funds from Centre will be given to the States through the SCPS

  • SCPS to be headed by the concerned Secretary of the State Government and assisted by a team of officials

  • Staff

  • 1. For States with 15 or less than 15 districts - 7 staff members

  • 2. For States with more than 15 districts – 13 staff members

  • This society shall be responsible for implementation of ICPS and other child protection policies and programmes at the State level

  • For States with 15 or less than 15 districts - A non-recurring budget of Rs. 5.25 lakhs yearly and recurring budget of Rs. 53.86 lakhs

  • For States with more than 15 districts – A non-recurring budget of Rs. 7.35 lakhs yearly and a recurring budget Rs. 102.66 lakhs



  • Headed by the concerned Secretary of the State Government/ UT Administration and will have 4/5 staff members depending on size of the State

  • To promote in-country adoption and regulate inter-country adoption

  • SARA will coordinate, monitor and develop the work of adoption and render secretarial and administrative assistance to the Advisory Committee on Adoption in the state

  • Financial support -

  • States with 15 or less than 15 districts - Rs. 2.75 lakhs, non-recurring and Rs. 12.56 lakhs yearly recurring grant

  • States with more than 15 districts - Rs. 2.75 lakhs, non-recurring Rs. 18.46 lakhs yearly recurring grant





  • District Child Protection Society

  • 11 staff members headed by the District Magistrate of the concerned district

  • A non-recurring budget of Rs. 3.45 lakhs and yearly recurring budget of Rs. 36.86 lakhs







Open Shelter for CNCP in Urban and Semi-urban Areas

  • Open Shelter for CNCP in Urban and Semi-urban Areas















90:10 for all the components for N.E. & J&K

  • 90:10 for all the components for N.E. & J&K

  • 90:10 for all the components with NGOs participation

  • 100% for Childline Services by Centre

  • 100% for NIPCCD,CARA,CPSU & SPSU

  • 35:65 for Statutory bodies (except N.E. & J & K)

  • 75:25 for Other structural components (except N.E. & J & K)



Reduced vulnerabilities of children

  • Reduced vulnerabilities of children

  • Better child protection services

  • Increased availability and accessibility of a variety of child protection services

  • Less children in need of care and protection

  • Increase in the protection of children in family based non-institutional care services including adoption

  • Better quality care for children in institutional care

  • Increase in the protection of children/ young people leaving institutional care who are self sufficient and gainfully engaged in predictive activity

  • Information/ knowledge base of children and families at risk






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