Cauveri supports shelter homes for the rescued street children, working children, and other children at risk at Coimbatore, Tiruppur, and Salem.
Children, who are abandoned, neglected, exploited, and living on the streets, are given refuge, protection, food, counseling, and opportunity to reunite with their families. Where rehabilitation is not possible, these rescued children are provided free shelter, food, healthcare, education, and are helped to develop their skills through vocational skill training, to bring them back to normal life stream.
Education and formation for life is the ultimate deliverable for a child to cope up with the world.
The first few years of a child is so important that we build their psychological security system.
Without a decent livelihood programme the child care programme is not complete.
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Tamil Nadu state is one of the most HIV/ AIDS affected states in India.
Cauveri supports two special homes for the HIV/ AIDS infected and affected children and people living with HIV Aids (PLHAs). Don Bosco Care Home at Namakkal for the HIV/AIDS affected children (whose parents are infected but not their children) and Don Bosco Care Home at Nilavarapatti, in Salem district for the HIV/AIDS infected children.
Providing protection, care, healthcare, education, livelihood, and counselling
Protection, Care, Education, and Livelihood to HIV/AIDS Infected Children and PLHAs
Infected children cared for at Don Bosco Care Home
infected children cared who are staying with their parents
Affected children cared at Don Bosco Care Home
Affected children cared who are staying with their parents
awareness promotion campaigns organized
High-risk children reached out through awareness campaigns
Prevention of recidivism among children “in conflict with law” in Observation Homes in six districts of Tamil Nadu:
The juvenile justice system in India contemplates the legal response with respect to two categories of children (i) ‘in conflict with law’ (children under the age of 18 years and who are accused of committing an offence) and (ii) those ‘in need of care and protection’ (children from deprived and marginalized sections of society with different needs and vulnerabilities).
One the key of the Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 was to create a separate system of justice- dispensation for instances where children are accused of committing offences, distinct from the criminal justice system for adults. The Act also contemplates the effective involvement of informal social arrangements at the level of the family, voluntary organizations and the community.
Ensuring appropriate procedures as envisaged by the Law of Juvenile Justice Act of India.
Opportunity to grow as and become normal children through psychological counselling
Providing opportunity to cherish their childhood and necessary skills to become self-reliant.
A dramatic impact has been created in the care offered to children especially boys
Boys underwent Counseling for Psychological well being
Recreational Games, Competitions & Programmes to Relish Childhood
Academic / Vocational Education for released childrens
Rehabilitation of children released from Home with their parents
Legal Assistance provided
Meeting centres established for street boys