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CHILDLINE Jammu organizes personnel hygiene awareness camp with adolescent girls
11/19/2021 10:38:05 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 19: On 6th day of CHILDLINE Se Dosti Week, CHILDLINE Jammu in their efforts to aware the children about their rights and importance of cleanliness and menstrual hygiene organized a day long camp at Louis Braille Memorial (LBM) Residential School for Slightless Girls at Roop Nagar Jammu. During the camp girls were educated about 1098 and how they can keep themselves healthy and tension free during menstrual period and talk about the myths during the time followed by the people and motivate them to talk and to discuss the matter with elder ones or doctors , if they come across any problem during the days to cure the problem. Further CHILDLINE aware the girls about good touch and bad touch and motivate them to speak, if anyone tries to abuse them and for that they can call 1098.
During the programme, CHILDLINE Jammu made children to play Antakshri and Musical Chair in different ways. The children also displayed their talent of playing judo and singing. Further to come across the difficulties faced by the children, CHILDLINE invited them to express their thoughts and ideas.
CHILDLINE Jammu also distributed 20 hygiene kits among the girls sponsored by Red Cross Society, District Branch Jammu.
The function was organized in collaboration with District Social Welfare Department, Jammu. The head of the Institution appreciated the role of CHILDLINE and urged CHILDLINE to conduct such programmes also in future. The programme was coordinated by Pinky Jain and Rohit Khajuria, Coordinators CHILDLINE Jammu.
CHILDLINE team members Sakshi Bali, Rajpaul Sharma, SC Bali, Mridulla Sharma, Gurmeet Kaur, Sunil Kumar and Neel Kumar played a crucial role in making the event a success.
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