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Street Lights for Girls Safety Installed at Magic Bus’s Behest in Chhattisgarh Posted On 2nd December, 2019 : Posted By VISHAL MEDIA
Street Lights for Girls Safety Installed at Magic Bus’s Behest in Chhattisgarh
Raipur, 2nd December 2019 : Magic Bus made sure that the International Girl Child Day (IGCD) was truly dedicated to celebrating the girl child on the 11th of October, 2019. IGCD was celebrated by Magic Bus employees and children of Project Dishain Amapali village in the Baramkela Block, Raigarh District in the Eastern region with an exceptional plan which was attended by a few dignitaries, Ms. UttariGanpatTangde (MLA, District), KamlaPasad (village Sarpanch), VibhishanBariya (SMC President), and Manoj Tiwari (Police constable).
Magic Bus’s endeavors resulted in the state government announcing a new scheme for installing street lights at unlit dark spots across the city that is an extremely significant step towards women's safety in several parts of the state of Chhattisgarh.
Since the fear of encountering an untoward experience in many towns bars many young girls from venturing out on their own, particularly after sunset, Magic Bus has taken upon itself to instruct, educate, support such susceptible and defenseless young girls in every which way.
Under the new drive, by marking some areas in Red denoting them as ‘Unsafe zones’ and indicating other areas in Green as the Safe zones, the children were apprised the importance of movement in an otherwise free nation with certain guidelines that serve as a great source of education for the young. Sandhya Srinivasan,Regional Director, Magic Bus, explained the importance of such an initiative, “Magic Bus is committed towards the safety of young girls and providing them an environment free of discrimination where they can grow, learn and enhance their skills. This Safety Audit conducted wherein the physical presence of some children is availed to represent areas marked as ‘Safe’ and ‘Unsafe will allow for young girls on our programme to feel safer in an environment, encouraging them to play more and attend school regularly. ”
Since 2012, October 11 has been celebrated as the International Day of the Girl Child across the world. The main aim of celebrating a special day for the girl child is to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face. With its Childhood to Livelihood programme, Magic Bus continues to empower young girls and boys to delay their age at marriage, complete secondary education and get jobs in the organised sector.
About Magic Bus
From 3000 children in 1999 in Mumbai, Magic Bus has transformed over one million children and young people living in poverty, taking them from a childhood full of challenges to a life with meaningful livelihoods. Magic Bus is one of the largest poverty alleviation programs in India, impacting 3,75,000 children and young people in 22 states and 80 districts of India in FY 18-19. We deliver our sports activity-based sessions in close to 1961 communities and 930 schools in both urban slum clusters and remote rural areas. Since the Livelihood programme began in 2015, we have 42 Livelihood centers. They have trained 30,000 youth and placed more than 70% youth in jobs in the organized sector, career-based training or get self-employed, with an average salary of INR 10,287.
Magic Bus also works in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Myanmar with 6000 children, in 40 communities and 31 schools with 81 Community Coordinators. Magic Bus also works in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Myanmar with 6000 children, in 40 communities and 31 schools with 81 Community Coordinators.
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