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CHILDLINE 1098 Service » 1098 Events » Childline Se Dosti » Season 2014 » Activities » North

Delhi »

Every year a Birthday Party is held for street children in Delhi. This time the Birthday Party was celebrated on 15th November, 2014 at Central Park. It is a special occasion as over 400 children attended the party and cut a cake as most of them celebrate this day as their own birthday. Amidst balloons, streamers and other activities that were held, the kids came up with some performances of their own. Food, drinks, music and unlimited masti made the kids smile. We thank all our supporters for their generous support and continuous participation during the party and for making it a big success.


Srinagar »


A group of children staged a skit titled “Think About Me” (Meun Te Soonchtav) on Child Labour and children issues. The skit aimed to stop rampant child labour in Srinagar, it sent out a message that children should not work but must go to school. Other events such as a workshop for the inmates of juvenile home, symposium cum debate competition in schools, awareness programmes at Al Habib Foundation and other events were carried out.

Gurdaspur »

Childline Se Dosti week saw a number of activities taking place in Gurdaspur from an awareness programme on drug abuse targeting students from various schools across Gurdaspur to a national Open Karate Championship organised in association with the District Child Welfare Council and Punjab Shotckan Karate. The Open Karate Championship 2014 held at New Gymnasium Hall saw over 350 children participate in the event including officers and judges from various states.


Shimla »

A mega Signature Campaign was organised by CHILDLINE Shimla at the Ridge Shimla to reach out to general public on CHILDLINE 1098 and Child Rights. Mr. A W Khan, Chairperson, Child Welfare Committee, Shimla inaugurated the Signature Campaign. Over 1500 people came forward and pledged their support on the occasion.


Pathankot »


Over 500 students including NCC Cadets from various schools across Jalandhar participated in a rally to create awareness on CHILDLINE 1098 and Child Rights. Organised by CHILDLINE Pathankot in connection with the Childline Se Dosti celebrations, the rally was flagged off by Mr. Ashwani Sharma, MLA, Pathankot, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Pathankot. NCC cadets with bands and children carrying placards and banners shouted slogans against child Rights gave a strong message out.

Jalandhar »

CHILDLINE Jalandhar held a rally to create awareness on Child Rights. School students along with concerned citizens and the CHILDLINE team marched in a colourful procession carrying CHILDLINE placards and banners to reach out to the general public.


Ajmer »

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CHILDLINE Ajmer organised a special programme at the Collectorate and Police stations with the objective of spreading awareness on CHILDLINE 1098. A special programme for the children was held in Ajmer to engage children and educate them on 1098.

Barmer »

Over 50 children had a whale of a time during a drawing competition organised by CHILDLINE Barmer. The event saw the participants showcasing their creativity with themes like Child Rights, CHILDLINE 1098.

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Haridwar »

CHILDLINE Haridwar carried out an awareness programme on CHILDLINE 1098 to sensitise the Doctors and Nurses in Haridwar on child rights. The programme ended with the CHILDLINE team tying Suraksha Bandhan to all the participants and other staff in the hospital.

Varanasi »

In a bid to spread awareness about CHILDLINE 1098, CHILDLINE Varanasi organised a Children’s Party to mark Childline Se Dosti celebrations. It was a special treat for underprivileged children who enjoyed a special party with a wide range of activities that were conducted for by CHILDLINE Varanasi. For a wider reach, a mobile van decorated with banners was taken around the city covering as much area possible.

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