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CHILDLINE 1098 Service » CHILDLINE Se Dosti » Dosti Media Coverage 2011 » South

Help for children in distress a phone call away
HYDERABAD: The week-long 'CHILDLINE se dosti' campaign begins. The children, who were rescued by CHILDLINE India Foundation, tied wrist bands to the railway policemen as a gesture of their appreciation towards the commitment of these men in uniform in recuing them.

Help is at hand
VIJAYAWADA: To make Vijayawada a child-friendly city, CHILDLINE Vijaywada has kicked off a fortnight-long campaign called "Child Line se Dosti." The objective of the campaign is to spread awareness on the need to protect the rights of children. Over the last few years, the CHILDLINE facility has been widely used by the public to inform the authorities concerned about whereabouts of children in need of help.

Childline starts drive to ensure child safety
KOZHIKODE: An awareness campaign on the services rendered by Childline, an organization for child protection and development, was launched in the city on Wednesday by the commissioner of police Sparjan Kumar.He flagged off the awareness vehicle 'Childline Se Dosti', a nationwide week-long campaign from November 8-14. The effort is to make citizens stakeholders in Childline.

Child rights awareness campaign at Tvm railway station
TRIVANDRUM: Though Children's Day is ceremoniously observed year after year, the plight of street children and those working in hotels, factories, etc remains deplorable. That didn't, however, deter Childline from launching a Child Rights Awareness programme in coordination with the Kerala Social Welfare Department.

CHILDLINE to launch campaign
MALAPPURAM: The district unit of Childline will launch Childline Se Dosti, a week-long campaign, on November 8.It is aimed at taking the problems faced by children to the people. A workshop will be held at Grace Residency, Malappuram, on November 8 for the benefit of those residing at special juvenile police units. A train outreach programme for the public will be held on November 10 at the Tirur railway station.

Caring children in need
HYDERABAD: In a heartrending act, little girls rescued by Childline India Foundation tied wrist bands to all the Railway policemen in Hyderabad - GRPs and RPFs as a gesture of appreciation for their continued commitment to protecting children recently. They girls tied the bands in the presence of Dr Kantha Rao, IPS, Superintendent of Police (Railways) and Mr Isidore Philips director, Childline Collab, the children who were rescued by the Foundation.

Help for children a phone call away
THRISSUR: The ChildLine, the 24-hour emergency toll-free telephone helpline and outreach service for children in distress, has begun a week-long awareness programme in the district in connection with its 10th anniversary. The objective of the week-long awareness programme 'ChildLine se dosti' is to make ordinary citizens stakeholders in ChildLine, said district coordinator Laisa Paul.

'Childline Se Dosti' Campaign Inaugurated
TRIVANDRUM: The 'Childline Se Dosti' Campaign was inaugurated by Sreejith IPS, DIG Kannur Range and Anti Human Trafficking Cell, Kerala Police at Sreekaryam. Along with this a National Initiative for Child Protection (NICP) workshop for the police was also conducted in the Loyola Extension Services, Trivandrum.

'Childline Se Dosti' campaign
VIJAYAWADA: The 13-day 'Childline Se Dosti' campaign, starting with a signature drive will include an awareness campaign near the railway station (November 9), awareness for college students at SRR College (Nov. 10), National Initiation for Child Programme (NICP) workshop for teachers of municipal corporation schools, assistant labour officers and child development project officers (Nov. 11), Suraksha Bandhan at all police stations - children visiting police stations

Campaign on child issues
CALICUT: CHILDLINE Calicut is organising a 'Childline Se Dosthi' campaign from November 8 to 14 across the country to create awareness of the services of Childline, and the problems faced by children. Minister for Social Welfare M.K. Muneer will inaugurate the Kozhikode phase of the campaign at his residence at 8 a.m. on November 8.

Awareness campaign for children's rights

WARANGAL: The Warangal chapter of Childline 1098 launched a week-long awareness programme on child rights on Tuesday. The programme, officially called as "Childline se dosti", has different activities lined up until November 14. As part of the week-long campaign, Childline 1098 has planned oath ceremonies and exhibitions in schools on November 10, health camps on November 11, short story and painting competitions and shelt-er home adoptions on Nov-ember 12, and a signature campaign on November 13.

Campaign to popularise child helpline
MYSORE: A weeklong campaign was launched to spread awareness about a 24x7 child helpline, 1098, in Mysore district. CHILDLINE has launched the campaign 'Dosti Week' to educate people about the services offered by the helpline and seek their support for protecting child rights. The campaign will conclude on Children's Day.

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