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Civil responsibility to Child Rights

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Civil responsibility

Child means more than just the time between birth and the attainment of an adult. It refers to the state and condition of a child life. Children of the present are the citizens of the future. They are the foundation of society and nation. Our future depends on them but their present depends on us. But, the children of the world are facing different kinds of problems. They are suffering from the discrimination by the state and society.

Nepal is a developing country and about 40 percent people live below the line of abject poverty. In such a situation, children have limited right to life, survival, and development. Many children die of different kinds of communicable diseases. Many of them are left in the street to live an uncertain life. Hundreds of them have no access to government services and facilities. Thousands of children in Nepal have no access to basic services such as education and health. Rural children are living without even basic health and sanitation services. Thousands of children are malnourished.

However, Government of Nepal is continuously going ahead towards the respect, protection and promotion of the child rights. During the period, the state has made constitutional provisions by recognizing the issues related to the child rights and protection of the child. It has made provision of basic education free of cost. Likewise, the importance of education has been understood for the development of the nation. The basic education will be free of cost and compulsory up to grade eight and secondary education up to grade 12 will be made gradually free of cost. They are also formulating laws, regulations, national policy and national work plan in order to protect their rights. Different agencies in the national and local level have been constituted to transform the declared policies and programs related to the child rights into practice.

The UN Agencies, INGOs, and NGOs stationed in Nepal have made contributions to support these activities.

SOS, Bal Mandir, CWIN, Maiti Nepal etc. are actively involved in the matters of childcare rights. Likewise, there are charitable persons in our society who are supporting children by providing food, clothes and necessary services such as text books and stationary goods for the children. Different social workers have established orphanage houses for the children.



  • Every child is to be considered an adult in the making, and a full member of the human race.
  • Children of the present are the citizens of the future.
  • Ever citizens have the civil responsibility towards children.
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Children are the foundation of the society and the nation. They are the future of every society. They need more care, that is why they deserve special attention, facilities, and comfort. But, children of the world are facing different kinds of problems. They are suffering from the discrimination by the state and society.

Children in Nepal have limited right to life, survival, and development. Many children die of different kinds of communicable diseases. Many of them are left in the street to live an uncertain life. Thousands of children in Nepal have no access to basic services such as education and health. Rural children are living without even basic health and sanitation services. Thousands of children are malnourished.

The government of Nepal is attempting to support and raise the status of children through the education, by giving scholarships. The basic education will be free of cost and compulsory up to grade eight and secondary education up to grade 12 will be made gradually free of cost.

The different social organizations like UN Agencies, INGOs, and NGOs, SOS Mandir, CWIN, Maiti Nepal etc in Nepal have made contributions to support child rights activities. They are helping to raise the status of children by providing food, clothes and necessary instruments like text books and stationary goods and by establishing orphanage houses for children. They also raise voice for the children.

The full form of SOS is Save our Soul.

The major social organization that involved in the matters of child care are as follows:

  • SOS
  • CWIN
  • Maiti Nepal
  • Bal Mandir

 

The full form of CWIN is Child Workers in Nepal.

Nepal passed a bill on child rights in 2049 B.S.

Anuradha Koirala is the founder of Maiti Nepal.

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  • Hundreds of children die each year with just minor ___________ diseases.

    cancer
    over feeding
    water borne diseases
    mal-nutirtion
  • Having a fine structure that is easily damaged or broken is________.

    duplictae
    destitute
    delicate
    charitable
  • Nepal passed a bill on child rights in_______.

    2049 BS
    2056 BS
    2053 BS
    2021 BS
  • Children need protection as they are tender by____________.

    nature
    agriculture
    education
    artifical
  • Rural children are living without even_________.

    basic health
    building
    education
    transpotation
  • Yearly and periodical plans is formulated by the______________.

    Government of China
    Government of Nepal
    UNO
    WHO
  • The government is distributing textbooks free of cost up to the________ grade.

    seventh
    tenth
    fifth
    two
  • Education for all and free education is the prime concern of the _____________.

    Population
    Government
    Politicians
    WHO
  • SOS, Bal Mandir, CWIN, Maiti Nepal etc are actively involved in child___________.

    care and rights
    reponsibilities
    education
    duties
  • Government of Nepal has made provision of basic education___________.

    free of cost
    limited
    very expensive
    unnecessary
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