Educational rehabilitation of rag-picker children in Seemapuri: a dream come true for JTRC
Jigyansu Triba Research Centre Implemented a very successful and challenging project for Educational and Economic Rehabilitation of Rag-Picker Chidlren in the New Seemapuri Colony of Delhi for the past ten years, with financial sponsorship from ILO-India Office and Stitching Kinder Postzegels, Netherlands. JTRC could help 5000 Rag-Picher Children and 500 Young People in the Skill Development Unit, in Educational Rehabilitation and Capacity Building through Skill Development.
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100 children 12 Illus 13 Figs 18 Tables 21 Tables Abbreviations Ajit alternative Andhra Pradesh Annexures Anthropological and Archaeological Appendices Appendix Tables Archaeological Perspectives Vol Areas Assam Bhupinder Singh Bihar Camps Capacity Building Charts Chhattisgarh Child Labour Child Labour Policy child workers community interventions Current Anthropological Dalits Danda Delhi Economic educational rehabilitation Electrical Repair Elimination of Child Empowerment Exit Plan Figs Folded Map funding Glossary Haryana Health International Labour Organization ISBN 81 Jigyansu Tribal Research JTRC K.L. Bhowmik Kumar List of Contributors Mainstreaming Manipur Mizoram Monitoring Muslims National Child Labour Neeti Mahanti NGO's Non-Formal Education Orissa Panduranga Rao Political Prasad programmes Rag-Picker Children Rehabilitation of Child Rural Development S.B. Roy Seemapuri Sitakant Mahapatra Skill Development Courses Skill Development Unit Social Socio-Economic sponsoring Study Support Service Training and Capacity translate the Educational Tribal Development Tribal Research Centre Tripura Urban Uttar Pradesh viii Women xviii xxiv