Children Denied Care by Government

VV-PACS Correspondent Sanjay Kumar reports from Uttar Pradesh on the break down of the government run Integrated Child Development Scheme

The children of Hardidali village in Uttar Pradesh do not have access to a proper Anganwadi (child care centre) building nor to a toilet or drinking water on the premises.
Kusum, a helper at the centre says that it has been months since any of the children got the nutrition packages they are meant to get.

The community is eager to start the future of their children on a bright note. Sanjay hope you'll help them ensure this.

Call to Action: Please call the District Magistrate of Maharajganj on 05522222264 and ask him to ensure that the anganwadi building is constructed and children are given all facilities

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