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Day 16 .

22/05/2017
We were on the field work as a handy need to the ngo on Campaign for the Rights of the children for
education.This campaign has brought awareness among the people in the society to promote their
Children's to have education. It is important because it is used to mitigate most of the challenges faced
in life. The knowledge that is attained through education helps open doors to a lot of opportunities for
better prospects in career growth.Today I was acting as a motivational person to the society and it had
also taught me the values of education.

Day 17 23/05/2017
We continued to have the same session on Campaign for the Rights of the children for education.Its
because the time was not sufficient on the first day for the third week.We were influencing the people
to gain knowledge on rights for education to children's.

Day 18. 24/05/2017
Training Programme for Teachers and we were present to attend the session as we never
experienced those classes. It was a session of Experienced & Professionals as guest lecturers.
Effective class practices for the Teacher – Each and every module of the course is based on
what is the most effective way/ practice for the child’s development in a preschool environment
or at home.

Day 19 and 20 ( 25/05/2017 and 26/05/2017)

Organising of specil events in school like Drawing competitions, quiz, sports etc.
It was informed that the event will happen for 2 days as events were many in
numbers..Children's participated and involved with Enthusiasm.Each and every child
participated with out fail. They were hyperactive and exhibited their talents on drawing , sports
etc. It was useful in knowing their own talents and they enjoyed a lot with events conducted
which was informed by the Children's.

Day 21 and Day 22 ( 27/05/2017 and 28/05/2017 ) holiday
Day 23 ( 29/05/2017)
The authorities of Indian Council For Child Welfare has conducted a Project in Trichy on HIV
awareness and which was a huge campaign for a month during may month .They gave a
introduction about their campaign and why it is necessary to spread the information of disease
in the society.They even explained the works done during their one month of
campaign.According to the first day of the fourth week I gained few informations like India
has the third largest HIV epidemic in the world.HIV prevalence in India was an estimated
0.26%. This figure is small compared to most other middle-income countries but because of

As a promotion of saving environment we planted for greenish environment. Most commonly. In the same year. They told us its our own job and duties to keep our surroundings neat and clean. played games and cracking jokes with ngo members and they were very friendly with us. and breast milk— from a person who has HIV can transmit HIV.Only certain body fluids—blood. Day 24 ( 30/05/2017) The second day of the fourth week was informative in learning few things on HIV disease. Day 26 ( 1/06/2017) This day they were speaking with us on the internship and how it was useful to us. 3/06/2017 and 4/06/2017 holiday Day28 5/06/2017 Today is world Environment Day and along with them we made an awareness program to the public and we planted saplings. pre-seminal fluid. END . Day 29 6/06/2017 We collected our certificate from the ngo.Every one in this ngo doing their internship has expressed their view and conveyed our heartily thanks to ngo for training us Day 27.2 billion) this equates to 2. These fluids must come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or be directly injected into the bloodstream (from a needle or syringe) for transmission to occur.India's huge population (1.They even told us during our leasure time not only reading is important. Before sapling of plants they took a class on environmental pollution and ways to reduce pollution.1 million people living with HIV. people get or transmit HIV through sexual behaviors and needle or syringe use. rectal fluids. What I learnt was you can get or transmit HIV only through specific activities. vaginal fluids.000 people died from AIDS-related illnesses. semen.We assisting the ngo ppl in arranging their files and cleaning the office. Day25 ( 31/05/2017) This day was a hard working days of my internship and also helpful in learning moral values. an estimated 68.( 2/06/2017) Today we had fun .They were keen to know what we learned in the this duration of one month. it is also necessary to keep our house neat by cleaning.

For each NGO the main objective is to fulfill their vision.  Launching special initiatives for promoting Participation rights of Children.The council is governed by an executive committee elected every 3 Years. improving health. development work. and consulting and brings collective wisdom and experience drawn from many quarters. NGOs mostly work for human rights. The 30 Districts of Tamil Nadu has a district council with the collector as the president and a committee of non-government officials We are working towards  A Protective Framework reporting. relinquished or poor children below the poverty line up to the age of 18 years. . foundations. NGOs may be funded by governments. financial oversight.affiliated to the parent national body of the ICCW at Delhi. crèches. energy. orphaned. management. Others may be fronts for political. and women empowerment etc. especially those from the lesser privileged and vulnerable sections of the society and has been a beacon of hope. Incorporated in the year 1953. qualitative service delivery.INTRODUCTION A non-government organization (NGO) is an organization that is neither a part of a government nor conventional for profit business. business. headquartered in Chennai. adoption homes and psycho social support programs the council strives to work for the welfare of abandoned. Usually set by ordinary citizens. religious or other interests. we help vulnerable and disadvantageous children through direct services and through intervention of Policy and Program with children throughout India and Tamil Nadu. child education.  Ensuring efficient. Some avoid funding altogether and are run primarily by volunteers. The board has provided strategic development. mission as well as goal. rescuing & rehabilitating for Children. and aspiration. The Indian Council for Child Welfare's executive committee includes members from a variety of professions finance. Some may have charitable status. With various projects like shelter homes. environmental. the state branch has worked relentlessly to make the state a better place for children. philanthropy. committed to help the society in the developing world. NGOs are highly diverse groups of organization engaged in a wide range of activities and take different forms in different parts of the world. THE NGO WHICH I HAVE CHOSEN The NGO which I have chosen is ICCW-TN private humanitarian organization. while others may be registered for tax exemption based on recognition of social purposes. or private persons.  Identifying eager volunteers for enriching program. There are around 2 million NGOs in India.

. aid given by the government etc. should growup in a family environment. develpment and protection. changing social attitudes and networking with appropriate authorities. mission and goals in each of the five pillars. This also helped me to know about the entire working of this NGO such as their funds position. By implementing a unique and successful method in many parts of rural India. NGOs.  That the child. Thus in a nutshell this NGO definitely works for the fulfillment of its vision. While our focus is child centered we recognize:  That for holistic development of children. Though it started as a small entity it has now grown into a vast organization helping millions of people thought the entire county and it has accomplished its goal and now it has become reputed and recognized organization. sponsorship details. By visiting this NGO and due to the interaction with the members of the NGO lot of experience and knowledge was gained which was very useful apart from the rich experience and knowledge gained interaction with this NGO gave a lot of exposure in this field and also in the functioning of other NGOs. both State.OUR GUIDING VALUES The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN CRC) provides a guiding framework for our work. Tamil Nadu has a role in lobbying for and protecting the interest of the children. CONCLUSION Thus to conclude the internship on this NGO was very useful as the practical experience in this field was so rich that made the internship more interesting and accurate. media.  That the girl child needs special attention so as to ensure her rights to survival. interest and rights should be considered and have priority in all policy planning and action by Government.  That education is the fundamental right of every child.  That we have the most meaningful and widest impact on children's lives we need to work at the macro-level in influencing policy. it has also proved and changed the lives of several thousand poor families. issues concerning their families. for the full & harmonious development of his/her personality. Central. communities and society have to be addressed including poverty and social justice  That children and their needs. the public and that the ICCW. the public and children themselves.