The changing standards of social/child care, education and vocational
training require proportionately higher quality and standard
so that the children & women’s needs are
met keeping in mind this fast changing world.
This cannot be done by cosmetic
improvements and can be achieved by a very committed and systematic
revamping, overhauling, implementing and re-building our social/child
welfare activities to meet the demands of this century.
This has to be done to ensure
that our children and women do not just hover around the poverty
line with the likelihood of falling pray to poverty
at the slightest instance, but rise
way above it never to fall back.
To steer away from such a situation
we will necessarily have to also inculcate qualitative changes
while the children are growing and developing. This will enable
them to live a qualitative, wholesome and dignified life with
their families in an atmosphere of peace and harmony
with and in the community.
Expand our Social/Child Welfare
activity to include community health, family counselling, informal
education for women recognizing that the women and
mothers play a very important role in family development.
Keeping these very crucial aspects
in mind, to sustain, continue and maintain a high standard of
social/child care activities, we visualize our children
growing and developing into confident young women with a purpose
in life and in an atmosphere no different from
that which is available in any middle-class Indian
This you will agree may look or
sound easy, however it is a challenging task, which if done
is sure to bring about an acceptable level of social
justice and positively contribute to the strengthening of their
family and moral values of the community.