SOS Children’s Villages India lends a helping hand with children affected due to pandemic
SOS Children’s Villages India, an NGO, has introduced that that it’s prepared to present brief or long-term care to weak children throughout the nation whose security, safety, and well-being have been severely affected due to dropping parental care due to the pandemic, and for many who don’t have any caregivers left to present for them.
Sumanta Kar, secretary basic, SOS Children’s Villages mentioned that in these making an attempt occasions, SOS Children’s Villages India expresses solidarity with the individuals to combat COVID-19, which has devastated the socio-economic cloth of the nation.
“We are trying our best to ensure that all the children under our care are safe and secure. We are willing to join hands with the government, the corporates, and the civil society to extend care to children belonging to the under-served communities, whose families have been affected due to the pandemic in our 32 children’s villages across 22 states in providing short term and long term care,” mentioned Mr. Kar.
He acknowledged that children whose dad and mom are COVID -19 optimistic and are present process therapy could possibly be positioned beneath short-term care until their dad and mom get better. “Children who have lost parents can be placed under long-term care in our Family-Like Care Programme. If you come across any child nearer to our projects, please call our helpline number 18002083232 or email at [email protected] We will be happy to reach out to the child and extend support in the best possible manner,” he added.