On December 11th, an inspiring event unfolded as 1,247 children from diverse villages and schools and women and men converged at the Government High School Ground in Aulia to mark the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) Day. The event hosted a distinguished lineup of guests, with DSP Khandwa leading the way, accompanied by other esteemed police personnel, Child Welfare Committee (CWC) members, Sarpanches representing various villages, and Sisters and Priests.
Organized by the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters (SSpS), Central Indian Province (INC), the program showcased the community’s commitment to raising awareness on crucial issues, particularly focusing on the safety of women, girls, and children. The young participants displayed their talent and dedication through awareness-based performances that underscored the importance of ensuring the well-being of vulnerable members of society.
Uday CDP Aulia, a unit of SSpS-INC, played a pivotal role in bringing together this gathering of individuals committed to upholding children’s rights. The event served as a powerful platform for fostering a sense of community, sharing knowledge, and reinforcing the values enshrined in the UNCRC. Overall, it was a testament to the collective effort in promoting a safer and more secure environment for children in the region.
Jaisa Antony SSpS