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“Workshop on Capacity Building

for NGOs on Child Protection and


Juvenile Justice Act*
Juvenile Justice National Desk* &
UNICEF

Tata Nagar, 4 - 7th August 2009

A Process Document by Vijeta Singh

*
Henceforth JJ Act
*
Henceforth JJND
To achieve a society that respects, protects and promotes the rights of all children in need and at risk
JJND-UNICEF organized this capacity building workshop for NGOs/CBOs on child protection
and Juvenile Justice Act as a part of the national initiative towards a child centric jurisprudence in the
country. This would facilitate creation of an NGO base who can eventually take up child protection
issues as and when a child in need is brought to their notice.

JJND-UNICEF facilitated this process of bringing together the like-minded people working in the
sector and initiate a process of getting status report on implementation of Juvenile Justice Act 2006.
This would enable both UNICEF and JJND to fulfill their mandate on ensuring that the best
interests of children are served and gaps in the information are addressed by recommending services
and structures for children falling within the ambit of Juvenile Justice Act 2006 at district level across
the country. This would also lead to formation of Juvenile Justice Jharkhand Desk.

As suggested, this program relies upon a community based approach to juvenile justice and seeks to
build capacities of communities, government functionaries at all levels that matter and other
stakeholders in juvenile justice, at every possible level, in an organized and participatory manner and
is mandated by both UNICEF and JJND.

The Scope

The JJND-UNICEF seeks to establish Juvenile Justice Communities of Practice (JJ CoP*) across all
the 24 districts of Jharkhand so as to achieve following objectives:
 Training by UNICEF for capacity building in local NGOs and to support JJND in
Jharkhand
 To train the participants to prepare formats for questionnaires in a participatory manner to
obtain status reports on functioning of Juvenile Justice act across the state
 To do a qualitative assessment of JJ institutions and functionaries, identify the gaps in
knowledge and practice. This would enable in investigating and recording existing structures
related to the JJ Act, the existing number of Juvenile Justice functionaries/office bearers in
their respective districts and interviewing the Juvenile Justice functionaries on the provisions
on JJ act and State Rules
 Awareness and Advocacy on JJ issues at community, village, block, district, and state level
and knowledge sharing between government, NGOs/CBOs, institutions and stakeholders
involved in Juvenile Justice. Start building JJ CoPs in their respective districts by their
personal involvement, community participation and organizational networking
The underlying process of achieving these objectives rests on the process of formation of JJ CoPs
across the districts in Jharkhand and also on the process pathway, where the learning of each phase

*
Henceforth JJ CoP
gets reinforced into the next one and thereby a sustainable mechanism is developed. This awareness
on JJ functionaries and infrastructures brought by JJ CoP would bring in substantial process learning
which will have the bearing on future similar interventions and can be used as best practices.

The process focused at three levels, where substantial knowledge generation due to process
innovation takes place;
1. Individual level
2. Community level
3. Institutional level at village, district and state levels

Individual

CTY -
JJND- UNICEF Neighborhood/

organization

JJ
Institutions
at rural,
suburban
and urban
levels

A combination of Individual, JJ CoPs and JJ functionaries/ Institutions as facilitating agencies in


implementing a capacity development intervention was envisioned.

METHODOLOGY OF CAPACITY BUILDING


Participatory Tools - The facilitators adopted various participatory tools during the capacity
building workshop for the participants who had come across the state (Please Appendix V). They
kept changing the methodologies as per the sessions with ice breakers and energizers.

The names of facilitators are as below:


PS – Priti Srivasta
SM – Swati Mohanty
Fr. G – Father George
MQ – Mansoor Qadri
RB – Rachel Bonnerjee

The most common methods were Focus Group Discussions & Case Work wherein the entire
group of participants was broken into smaller groups according to the topics/issues they had
volunteered to take. The sessions were designed as per techniques involved in Participatory
Learning and Action (PLA).
• Case work for 7 groups – the groups were given cases of child in need of care and protection
and child in conflict with law. The participants as group were asked to identify what went
wrong in the cases and how the cases should proceed as per the provisions of the JJ Act and
its rules. While some groups read out the cases, others performed a skit on the case. This
enabled the other groups to debate and discuss various issues related to child protection and
the JJ Act
• Discuss with each other personal involvement and areas of interests
• 5 groups presented the gaps in implementation of JJ Act in their districts and sought
clarifications from the larger group

The participants also shared various Stories during the sessions. Some of them were short anecdotes
like making a Police Chacha to ensure that the police men were child friendly due to this association
or like inviting police officers as chief guests for organizational events. Some stories were longer like
the story by Mr. Karme Alam who stated that after the JJB ordered the child to be sent to the OH,
the accompanying home guard from the OH tied the child with rope while taking him for age
verification medical report. This was highlighted in the media and the JJB, High court, and Human
Rights organizations took exception to this treatment. He also shared a story about how an effective
JJB can eliminate the need to hire lawyers. He also shared a case where the judicial magistrate denied
bail while the 2 social workers wanted to give bail, the High Court granted that the Child in conflict
with law could be released on bail in order to safeguard his best interests.
From time to time, the groups would share stories or songs of experience and intervention. The
facilitators also encouraged participatory involvement through insightful Games.
• Share personal memories, preferences, role models, virtues/vices – enabled the group to
familiarise itself
• Back to childhood, pet names and associate as a child with your fellow participant
• Pass the parcel and quick quiz Power cards – readiness to change and network
• Power cards – readiness to change and network
• Stare them down – what did the stared at feel?

Another pedagogical technique was employing Class Room Learning methodology through slide
presentations with interactive session with the participants and Q/A session.
• What does protection mean to you as an adult and what are its contexts?
• Expectations from the workshop
The facilitators encouraged Mapping exercises with reference to their expectations from the
workshop, the categories for child in need of care and protection.
• Mind mapping on CNCP
• JJ CoP Person Active, Involvement and Interest Area Chart

A Movie called Ek tha Bachpaan (Lost Childhood) was screened to drive home the point on proper
functioning of the JJ Institutions/Functionaries
• Dr. Tah and Dr. Moitra said that the staff and the JJ functionaries at OH were often unkind
to children and they observed marked difference in quality of services given to children on
informed visits and on surprise visits.
• Prabha Jaiswal said that the OH shown in the movie was very much like the homes in
Jharkhand
• The group agreed that the children were dumped together irrespective of their age and
background resulting in some children bullying the other
• The JJB members and the group at large agreed that the magistrate in the JJB has to be
sensitive and child friendly or else, the system would never reform as the abuse of power
would then percolate down at each level of functioning
• Mr. Yasim said that the functionaries were often unaware of the Act and the gaps in
knowledge compounded the ills meted out on children
• Mr. Qadri suggested that the children who abused and assaulted other children had to be
treated in a non judgemental manner just as we treat our young relatives
• Rajeev said that there has to be a continuous mechanism of supervising the well being of
children, there should be indicators of access to services and whom to approach for solution
of wrongs
• Gumla OH is just like the OH shown in the movie
• Work on Children’s Home, sensitizing workshops, mass awareness on situation of children
who are institutionalised
• Showing these types of movies at village level would upset, demoralise and anger the
villagers, we need something else for this kind of audience.

And finally the participants prepared List and Matrices on their commitment to the JJ CoP and
helped JJND-UNICEF and themselves to come up with a format for getting the status report on JJ
institutions/functionaries in Jharkhand.
• Format formation – the whole group was divided in 5 smaller groups for working sessions
on CWC, JJB, IC/DAB, social reintegration and SJPU. These groups discussed the questions
they would ask from the functionaries and institutional staff and how would they frame
these questions. Then the whole group including all participants discussed the formats and
questions and finally the group decided to go for a status report on JJ in Jharkhand.

• They decided to identify the gaps in knowledge and practice. For these they would focus on
the processes, people and case disposals at district and state levels
Selection Process of Co-Ordinating Agency in Jharkhand – the group asked those agencies that
are strong in documentation and research, have good networking and internet facilities and were rich
in resources to come forward so that they could vote on one agency that would do the co-ordination
of preparing Status report in Jharkhand. The group voted Srijan as such agency.

Timeline
Format formation in draft form – 24th August

Final draft – 26th august

UNICEF workshop report & feedback – 21st august

Refresher – 10th September

Field testing – 10th September

Finalizing and tweaking the final questionnaire – 11th September

DESK BASED ASSESSMENT – PROCESS CHART


SN Activity Resource Process Expected outcomes Observed outcomes
person
Day 1
4th August 2009
1 Registration Handing of Learning Materials Please see Appendix I
Introduction PS Ice breaking session – Pick a chit Familiarizing yourself with Participants laughed,
and follow instructions participants of the Workshop empathized, had an
Share your personal information emotional reaction to the
with a group of strangers and process
familiarize yourself
2 Introduction SM A brief description of JJND and Information Sharing and Participants desirous of
of JJND its role in bridging the gaps in awareness dissemination as an getting associated with
the functioning of JJ empowering process JJND
functionaries/institutions by
forming JJ CoP
3 Expectations PS, SM The participants were asked to Identify areas where clarity was The participants asked for
mapping state their expectations from the sought from the participants clarity on various issues
capacity building workshop from the resource persons related to functioning of
Expectations Mapping CWC, JJB, Inspection
Committee, District
Advisory Board, Child
Protection
4 Back to Fr G Identify the child inside each of Realization that when we are The participants became
childhood, 14 you and regress to your working with/for children, we animated, they felt happy,
groups of 2 childhood, remember your pet need to understand their carefree but as they started
participants names, what were your activities contexts, fears and hopes recalling traumatic events
each as a child, and recall the of childhood, they
problems you faced at your identified their saviors and
home/school/neighborhoods how they felt protected.
Focus Group Discussion Also noted that the pet
(FGD) names of children hid a
child’s trappings of
ethnicity, religion, region,
caste, creed, language and
were more inclusive and
fostered better one to one
relationship than adult
names with surnames and
titles
5 Child MQ,RB What does protection mean to Conceptualizing protection and Participants responded by
Protection you, today as adults identifying who protects what saying freedom from fear
Contexts of protection – social, against whom and harm whether
moral and legal physical, mental or social
Participatory Learning and
Action (PLA)
6 Vulnerability MQ The entire group was divided To understand how the JJ The group that as stared at
into 2 groups of 13 members functionaries and child care felt hostile, fearful, angry
each. One group was asked to workers need to understand the and tried to avoid the eyes
stay back in the room and the importance of their expressions of the other group.
other group was taken outside and body language Many participants masked
and instructed to stare and their true emotions
gesticulate such that the person Magnitude of fear ranged
opposite felt sick, uncomfortable from as per actions of the
and disgusted opposite member
7 Power Cards RB The whole group was made into To make the group understand Those members who got
a circle and cards were given to the dynamics of change and lesser points had their
each member. resistance to it, to prepare them morale down while those
Those with Ace, King, Queen for changing their power status who gained points felt
and Jack (Power Cards) were put and willingness to adapt to new unparalleled joy.
in the innermost circle, those circumstances. Many members got carried
who got 10-6 were in the next away in the game and
circle and that with5-2 was in the To understand that power we power cards started
outermost circle. have is the power we give, representing funds and
The group was asked to change change attitude and take chances status in society for them,
cards as many times as possible with new concepts, positive their body language
with other members and a final 3 thinking and make in roads changed, some even
layered concentric circles were started feeling superior
made and the members were and very protective about
asked to express their feelings of their cards.
losing/gaining card points Some hoarded their power
Games cards
8 Brain Teasers MQ Number of squares in a square, Realize that there are different Many participants tried
half empty or half full glass, perspectives on an issue and we their hand at joining all the
joining all the 9 points of a need to take a positive and 9 points of a square
square without lifting the pen holistic view of challenges before without lifting the pen
us
9 Child MQ Presentation on Child Protection Understand various kinds of Interest in child
Protection Classroom Learning harms to which children are protection and integrated
exposed and how each Child Protection Scheme
participants could work towards from the Central
minimizing those harms Government
10 JJ Act 2006 RB Mind Mapping and Brain Presentation on provisions of The participants had
Storming on child in need of the JJ Act 2006 and interactive greater role clarity for JJB
care and protection session with participants than for CWC
11 JJ Act RB The whole group was divided Assess the group’s understanding There was considerable
into 7 smaller groups to discuss of JJ Act misunderstanding of the
and present their views on case Identify gaps in understanding law, lack of information
studies handed by RB to them and rectify them about authorities and
FGD Discussion and debate on right procedures in the JJ Act
procedures and many issues like child
participation, age of
consent, age of juvenility
for heinous crimes were
not ironed out, rather left
open
12 JJ Act PS, SM The group was divided into 5 The groups had information on End of Day 1
groups with each group given the Act
chapters of the JJ Act. FGD
Day 2
5th August 2009
13 Ice breaker PS A brief recapitulation of the To assess if the previous day’s Average response on
Hand on head previous day’s learning, quick learning was recalled easily and if questions, some
Q/A round participants browsed the learning clarification was still
materials sought
14 Group PS The groups were asked to The groups had reflected the The groups did these
presentations identify those sections which functioning of the JJ exercise with the help of
on JJ Act required further clarity and also institutions/functionaries and the facilitators and
identify district level gaps in the identified the dissonance identified areas that
functioning of the JJ Act as per The groups had identified the required investigation.
their experience gaps and had suggestions to plug Please see Appendix II
FGD them with their information on
the Act
15 Functioning Karme Experiential recounting as a JJB Sharing of good practices The participants felt
of JJB, Alam member 1. No F.I.R. for child in conflict empowered and charged
Dharbangha The JJB meets all 6 days of the with law up after this session of
week, the judicial magistrate of 2. Do not keep the child in adult their colleague
first class and 2 social workers jails
Age of juvenility and its 3. In case a child in conflict with
determination order is passed by law is also a child in need of
JJB care and protection, JJB can
Institutionalization is the last direct such children to CWC
resort and direct placement in OH
Presenting a child in conflict 4. Grant bail to children during
with law before the JJB is better pendency of their cases due to
than presenting before the CJM time taken in age
as the CJM takes longer time to determination
process the case 5. Community service at temples
Children’s Court/ Bal Samvad in as an alternative sentencing
Dharbangha disposed off many 6. JJB can eliminate the
pending cases brokering and cost involved
PLA with hiring of lawyers
16 CWC MQ Presentation on roles and Children issues and child
functions of CWC protection as a cross cutting
Classroom Learning issue across all developmental
paradigms
Role clarity
Child Care Plan
Family tracing with the help of
CWC, Police and Child Line
CWC should get entrenched and
grooved in as a system and not
operate in an ad hoc manner
Reintegration and rehabilitation
of the child
17 SJPU MQ Formation and appointment of SJPu’s role clarity on child Many participants came
SJPU at district levels protection, presenting a child forward to take up
before the CWC/JJB formation of SJPU in
Child welfare office and police their districts as a priority
officer of inspector rank
18 IC/DAB MQ Formation and appointment of Role clarity Formation of IC/DAB in
Inspection Committee/Advisory those districts having JJ
Boards at district levels institutions
Formation and appointment of
Selection Committee at State
level
19 Ek tha MQ An incisive movie on an Sensitizing and making the A deeply moved, shocked
bachpaan insensitive JJB and OH participants aware on practices and angry audience who
functionaries and how a circle of not to either indulge in or identified with the movie
violence perpetuates itself if the tolerate and stated that many of
system does not right it wrongs the JJB and OH
VIDEO functionaries were as bad
as in the work of fiction
Social Audit of JJ System
20 Community Fr G Choose a participant you have Understand children and JJ Preparation of Charts
of practice interacted least with and Network and become friends with the group members
introduce yourself, your district Learn from experiences past and to identify resources
and your work with this person present to form collectives to across the 24 districts in
share your personal involvement change the system Jharkhand and their aid in
area, your interest area and your This collective starting with data collection for the
interest in JJ oneself is the JJ community of Status Report of JJ
13 groups of 2 people each PLA practice institutions/functionaries
in Jharkhand
Day 3
6th August 2009
21 Pass the PS Q/A on JJ Act The participants ought to Some issues left on
Parcel perform better than the pre rehabilitation and
Energizer training reintegration of children
falling under the preview
of the JJ Act
22 JJ CoP Fr G Identifying fields for data Personal onus, how am I It was amazing to see the
collection empowered to make a change networks crop up with
Working Session after being informed of gaps in identification of
Person Active, Involvement and the system along with my participants as resources
Interest area, Target Groups, colleagues? Personal and professional
Skills, Activities and geographical I will identify like minded people aspects of each
location of each participant and form a group to change the participant came forward
The task of building JJ CoP in an status quo to take onus of the
informed way as a collective Identify the common goals and process
process involving all special goals and select people Appendix III
stakeholders in a time bound way and areas one can work in
for Jharkhand state PLA
23 Status Report MQ Preparation of Status Report of Identification of sources of Beginning of format
present situation of JJ in 5 information, what is the status formation for the status
groups, taking onus for CWC, today, identification of gaps, report at district, inter-
JJB, SJPU, IC/DAB, After care what to do to fill the gaps and district and state levels,
and advocacy LISTS & allied support structures utilizing collective
TABLES strength
24 Format for PS Brain storming and forming Beginning of format formation Beginning of format
Questionnaire questions for JJ for data collection across the formation for data
– to be shared institutions/functionaries namely districts for field testing by these collection across the
by PS & SM CWC, JJB, SJPU & IC PLA JJ CoPs districts
Day 4
August 7 2009
25 Action Plan PS, Fr G Collecting and collating Preparation of list citing the JJND gets a contact
information on JJ structures and name and active participation in person for each district of
functionaries at district and state districts by the same person – to Jharkhand.
level be shared by PS/SM/Srijan
Information on Integrated Child Please see APPENDIX
Protection Scheme and how IV
capacity building on JJ Act
would enable participants to be a
part of ICPS as well
Empowerment to demand JJ
Fund and funds from the State
government for better
functioning of JJ systems PLA
26 JJND SM Brief note on JJND and The participants present are The participants were
Energizer finalization of the Action Plan members of JJND now enthused as well as
Criteria for selection of hopeful that they would
organization for undertaking the get some kind of aid, be it
state level survey information or monetary
Responsibility of the preparation from JJND – UNICEF
of Status Report on the as well as from ICPS
participants in general and on when it would be
SRIJAN in particular PLA implemented
GRAPH SHOWING LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE ON FUNCTIONING OF CWC, JJB, IC,
DAB, SJPU, AND JJ ACT – 6TH AUGUST 2009

Column = per cents


X axis – JJ institutions
Y axis – number of participants
Pre and Post learning Graph – a response to the Pre and Post Training Questionnaire

INTROSPECTIVE NARRATIVE

The process of facilitating the workshop was well managed and it was not only participatory and
inclusive but also focused and sought to achieve tangible goals by the end of the sessions.

My overall response to the entire 4 day exercise is that of optimism and hope. I was glad to become
aware about the juvenile justice national desk and the people associated with it. JJND and its state
chapters would go a long way towards entrenching the JJ institutions at district levels and towards
creating a child centric jurisprudence. UNICEF as a funding organization and also as a resources
organization has been aiding the JJND initiatives which are laudable. I hope the JJ CoPs and the
JJND together can usher in a new era of child rights in India.
Appendix I

Learning Material
1. Child Protection – Inter Parliamentary Union, UNICEF
2. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Act, 2006
3. Rules under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 (56 of 2000) as
amended by the Amendment Act 33 of 2006) to be administered by the States – Adopted by
Jharkhand Government, 2009
4. Child Protection – A handbook for Panchayats

Appendix II
Districts Group Sections Gaps Contentious issues
Hazaribagh, 1 Chapter 1 Delay by police to present the child before the If policemen don’t handcuff and
Giridih, CWC/JJB child runs away
Chatra and No children’s home Records of child in conflict with
Ramgarh Only one Observation Home law, stigmatization by society once
CWC does not meet regularly out of OH/SH
No counseling for children After care plan?
Children stay on in institution for long
Chaibasa, 2 Chapter 2 No OH for girls in Chaibasa and Lohardaga Observation Home vs Probation
Lohardaga, Children produced before JJB sitting in the Civil Court Home vs. Special Home
Deoghar Children produced in witness box
No one reclaims the child languishing in these OH Probation officer under Home
Clarity on SJPU Ministry, can JJB direct a PO to
take a child to OH/SH?

10 districts 3 Chapter 3 Clarity on Inspection Committee Can chairperson take sole decisions
where CWC No place fixed for meeting of CWC regarding child’s well-being
exists, Ranchi, Meetings 1-3 days per week Problems in giving a child to
Khunti, No Children’s Home/Shelter Home for CNCP – what adoption, particularly if the child
Latehar is the use of Inspection Committee grows old by the time he is declared
The Act says that the child should be brought within 24 free for adoption
hours before a CWC but what is alternative if the CWC
does not sit that day?
CWC has not identified fit person/fit institution in the
districts
4 Chapter 4 CWC has not been formed Each time the CWC was being
Inspection committee is defunct formed after lot of struggle, the law
There is no clarity on alternatives to institutionalization
would change and this hindered the
formation of the CWC
Welfare Directorate unaware about
function and authority of CWC
Licensing of adoption agencies not
followed
Agencies ask 300-500 per couple
visiting their organization for taking
a surrendered child for adoption
Can a mentally challenged person
give consent for her child’s
adoption?
East and 5 Chapter 5 Individual Care Plan? The participant from Dumka was
West Basic amenities and facilities as to food, lodging, not aware if OH existed there
Singhbum, bathing, sanitation, health check up, recreation and
Dumka, entertainment etc
Ranchi
Appendix III

Name & Involvement Interest area Activity Beneficiary Skill


Place area
Binod Kumar Child Labour CWC Working with street Out of school Teaching and
Dumka & Street children SJPU children and on child children training
Deoghar Spread labour Working children
awareness on JJ
Act
Jaya Moitra Poor children OH Medical practice and social Inmates of Medical
E. Singhbum SJPU work with women and Cheshire’s’ Educational
CWC Children Home counseling
CNCP Differently able
villagers
Raju Mahto Child rights CWC Child rights Children and Skills
Giridih Child Welfare their care givers development
Officer Government and Spread
institutional awareness
functionaries in
JJ
S K Yasin People and Awareness on JJ Coordination with People and Co ordination
PERSON Lohardaga children with Act community, judiciary and children with and
ACTIVE disabilities administration disabilities rehabilitative
Formation and training
empowerment of groups
Rehabilitative training
Linkage with financial and
developmental institutions
Vivek Kr Civil defense JJB Civil defense Children First Aid and
Trivedi SJPU Disaster
Jamshedpur Management
Arbind Differently able CWC Block Officers, Police Differently able Counseling
Kumar children Advocacy Stations children Training
Khunti Advocacy on SHGs, Adolescent groups Motivation
NAREGA, Child and
Trafficking and mobilization
Govt. Schemes Developing
IEC materials
Mahabir Child labour CWC Children and women Form
Mahto SHGs JJB Disadvantaged and Children
Dhanbad, Housing rights Awareness Marginalized People Groups
saraikela Basic amenities Generation Awareness
towards rights
Form SHGs
Prabha Child in Conflict JJB JJB member CNCP Resource
Jasiwal with Law CCWL mobilization
E Singhbum
Jamshedpur

Chandra Poor people, CWC and JJB Awareness- Wall Writing, children and Forming
Kumar children and Community Meeting, rally, workshop victims of groups and
Hazaribagh, victims of awareness on JJ Direct support – legal, trafficking associations,
Ramgarh, trafficking Act economic and counseling resource
Chatra, Situational Convergence of different mapping, data
Koderma Analysis of measures to better the collection,
implementation rights of children preparing case
of JJ Act studies
Liaison with
government
officials
Chandra Pati JJB member Speedy disposal JJB MEMBER Children in Counseling
Yadav of cases under conflict with Advocacy
Lohardaga, JJB laws, tribal networking
Gumla, Network with children,
Palamu & other nutrition and
Latehar agencies/stockh health of children
olders on Differently able
provisions of JJ children
Act
Capacity
building
Advocacy for
setting
CWO/SJPU
PERSON Usha Mahto Children’s groups, Establish CWC Children’s groups, women’s Children Mobilize
ACTIVE housing rights, for CNCP groups, child rights & communities,
housing rights, mobilizing work
communities, PIME – children’s
Planning, Implementation, groups,
Monitoring and Evaluation counseling
Making posters, wall
writings, advocacy, report
writing and training
Sunil Sinha Teaching children, JJB Teaching children, creating Children Advocacy
Ranchi creating awareness Case Studies for awareness on right to
on right to children falling education, counselor at
education, under preview child line
counselor at child of JJB
line
Rajni Balmela, various Forming Research and Children Advocacy
Hazaribagh, activities related community of documentation, face to face
Ramgarh to children, practice, SJPU interaction, workshops at
preparing and block, district and state
distributing levels, IEC printing, dharna
pamphlets, & submission of
meeting with memoranda, formation of
teachers district level task force on
Right to education the issue
Rajiv Right to Collation of Right to Education, Tribal people of Documentati
Dumka, Education, information/cas Anti-trafficking network, Jharkhand on, planning,
Pakur & Anti-trafficking e compilation, HIV AIDS Children of ISWs co-ordination
Ranchi network, HIV distribution of and
AIDS the same with networking
various
stakeholders
and JJND
SJPU in Dumka
/ Pakur
Network with
like minded
institutions on
JJA
Swapan Schools for child Information Schools for child labour, Children, youth, Facilitating,
Manna labour, health dissemination, health issues, youth, rural people, managing and
Hazaribagh, issues, youth, case program planning, program government documenting
Ramgarh program planning, documentation, coordination systems,
program SJPU/CWC/JJ institutions and
coordination B/OH/SH guardians
Network ,
advocacy and
capacity
building,
research and
documentation,
case profiling,
addressing
issues of
differently able
Rahul Child protection Data collection Child protection through Children Advocacy,
Praveen, through on JJ community participation working with
PERSON Ranchi, community institutions/fun Police,
ACTIVE Gumla, participation, ctionaries,
Lohardaga children in OH
Jharkhand across the state
and their
development,
community
participation
Balram Children’s groups, CWC Children’s groups, Children Motivator,
Munda, organizing organizing community for facilitator
Bokaro community for action, workshops in the
action, workshops community
in the community
Vivek Kumar Warden of his JJB First Aid & Disaster Children
Trivedi area, civil defense SJPU Management
Jamshedpur
Baidyanath Forming Disseminate Forming associations, Children Facilitator,
Giridih, associations, information on spreading information, Child labour, trainer,
Koderma spreading JJA, collect research differently able advocate,
information, information at children, networking
research district level, government and planning
SJPU, functionaries,
rehabilitation of child trafficking
children and migration of
children
Shanty Swansi ICDS – birth Awareness ICDS – birth registration, Children – Facilitator
Ranchi registration, generation on immunization, Children’s Singer
immunization, JJA Child labour, drop- Groups, Women Actor
Child labour, CWC outs/out of school – SHGs, Related
drop-outs/out of JJB children, Departments and
school children, Empowering communities Institutions
Empowering through sensitizing
communities workshops, meetings
through
sensitizing
workshops,
meetings
N K Tah CWC Member, CWC, CWC Member, child line, CNCP Advocacy,
Ranchi child line, crèches, Formation of crèches, member of SIP – Counselor,
member of SIP – CWCS across social integration Program Trainer,
social integration the state, Charter member of India Networking,
Program Research on JJ Alliance for Child Rights Liasioning
Charter member SYSTEM
of India Alliance
for Child Rights
Hare Krishna Managing child SJPU Managing child protection Children in OH, Facilitator
Sahu, Gumla protection cell, DAB cell, visiting OH CNCP,
visiting OH Short Stay
Home in his
district

Appendix IV
DISTRICT FOR DATA NAMES OF PARTICIPANTS TAKING ONUS ON DISTRICT
COLLECTION
RANCHI USHA, SHANTY, TAHUL, TAH, RAJEN
DUMKA VONOD, RAJIV
DHANBAD MAHAVIR, DR. TAH
KODERMA BAIDYANTH, RAJNI
DEOGHAR BINOD
JAMTARA SWAPAN MANNA
SAHEBGANJ
GODDA BINOD
KHUNTI RAJEN
PAKUR RAJIV
E SINGHBUM USHA, PRABHA, JAYA, VIVEK
W SINGHBUM BHAVANI KANT
SIMDEGA ARBIND, HARE KRISHNA
SARAIKELA KHARSAWA MAHAVIR, BHAWANI KANT
GUMLA C P YADAV
LOHARDAGA C P YADAV, YASIM
LATEHAR C P YADAV, RAJNI
GARHWA RAJNI
PALAMU
RAMGARH
HAZARIBAGH RAJNI, SWAPAN MANNA, CHANDRA KUMAR
CHATRA CHANDRA MOHAN, RAJNI
GIRIDIH BAIDYANTH, RAJU MAHTO
BOKARO DR. TAH, BALRAM, MAHAVIR
Appendix V
SR. NAME OF DESIGNATION/ORG ADDRESS CONTACT
NO. PARTICIPANT NUMBER
1 C P YADAV LOHARDAGA GRAM NEAR BLOCK OFFICE, MAIN 9431118156
SAMRAJYA SANSTHA ROAD, LOHARDAGA 835302
2 S K YASIM TREASURER MAIN ROAD, LOHARDAGA 06526224895
3 SWATI MOHANTY PROGRAM CO- VIJAYWADA 09490423517
ORDINATOR, JJND
4 PRITI SRIVASTAVA TECHNICAL VISHWA HOTEL COMPLEX, 9431595211
CONSULTANT, UNICEF KANKE ROAD, RANCHI
5 VIJETA SINGH DOCUMENTATOR RANCHI
6 SWAPAN MANNA SECRETARY, SRIJAN AMBIKA HOUSE, NEAR PTC 9431141106
FOUNDATION CANARY, HAZARIBAGH,
825301
7 RAJIV RANJAN SINHA PROGRAM MANAGER, DO 9470524081
SRIJAN FOUNDATION
8 Dr. N. K. TAH FACULTY DIRECTOR, 3K/53, BARIATU HOUSING 9835320296
SMADHAN COLONY, RANCHI - 9
9 Dr. SUNIL KUMAR ADVISOR DO 9852079366
SINHA
10 MAHAVIR MAHATO DISTRICT ADARSH SEVA SANSTHAN, 9934585547
COORDINATOR, ASES,
DHANBAD
11 PRABHA JAISWAL SECRETARY ASES SONARI, JAMSHEDPUR 9431755933
06572220949
12 RAJEN KUMAR SECRETARY SGYY, MORABADI, RANCHI 9431792931
13 ARBIND KUMAR P.C. DO 9939559773
14 RAJNI KUMAR SECRETARY, DARPAN HARANGANJ, COLLEGE 9835166575
MORE, HAZARIBAGH
15 CHANDRA KUMAR TREASURER, DARPAN DO 9430363191
16 USHA MAHTO DISTRICT CO ASES, SONARI, JAMSHEDPUR 943163180
ORDINATOR
17 GOPAL CH BANERJI JAMSHEDPUR GRACE INDIA 9204418151
18 GOPAL KISKU BLOCK CORDINATOR, KUMHAR PARA, SAKCHI, 9234782119
DEVNET JAMSHEDPUR
19 BALRAM MUNDA FACILITATOR ASES, BOKARO 9430122842
20 GEORGE KALLAHMY PATNA DIGHA GHAT, PATNA 9868798728
21 JAYA MOITRA PRESIDENT GRACE INDIA, JAMSHEDPUR 9835342894
22 VIVEK KUMAR SECRETARY, GRACE 9835341916
TRIVEDI INDIA
23 NARGIS SECRETARY SMVM CKP WO.12 9431341794
24 BHAWANI KANT IN CHARGE SMVM 9431161838
25 MANSOOR SAATHI 9833837455
26 SHANTI ASES, RANCHI HATIA 9931187153
27 BINOD KUMAR SECRETARY, VOITA A67 PO RAJA BAGH, DUMKA 9431550524
28 BAIDYANATH SECRETARY JAGO FOUNDATION, 943031542
ALKAPURI, GIRIDIH
29 RAJ MAHTO MANAGER DO 9431978473
30 RAHUL PRAVEEN ORGANISER BAL SAKHA, 26 EAST JAIL 930485727
ROAD, RANCHI
31 HARE KRISHNA SAHU DO DO 9798541046
32 RACHEL BONNERJEE PROGRAM MANAGER TATA STEEL 9835121566
33 MD. QUARME ALAM MEMBER, JJB, MOH – URDU BAZAR, LAL 93349318272
DARBHANGA BAGH, DARBANGHA