How to incorporate an orphan into your family?

When couples decide to go for adoption, enter a world full of challenges, doubts, wait for years, fear of rejection. But this painful, dubious journey opened to a universe of happiness when they get a child to call their own. The child, on the other hand, is an infant then the story is going to

Adoption Dairy | What are the psychological challenges adopted children face?

Adoption, a tedious and rewarding process, brings many turns of events in the lives of adoptive parents and adoptees. Nevertheless, one shouldn’t get disheartened with a lengthy waiting duration. In this article, we shall talk about the psychological turmoils in the life of adoptees. Rejection Still haunts Practically speaking to get adopted one has to

Adoption Diary | Why single parenting is not bad?

Being a parent is amazing. Every single species on earth loves the offspring and humans are no different. Desiring a child is natural and justified by the laws of nature. But some are unfortunate to conceive a child, reason can be any. This, however, doesn’t mean you can’t be a parent ever. Yes, biological children

Adoption Diary | Finding the right motivation to adopt

Providing someone who needs a family is satisfying. There could be millions of reasons to think about adopting a child. But coming to decision is the tricky part. Scroll through the article to find out the right motivation to adopt a child. Answer the why first Adopting is not a child’s play; being crystal clear

Adopt but Legally, Posters to create awareness

Adoption is indeed a noble cause and people should step up to give a better life to someone, but there are people who claim for direct adoption with no formalities involved. Such activities are considered illegal and people shouldn’t encourage individuals or NGOs involved in such calls. To curb such activities an NGO along with

‘Ashirvad’ for orphans by State government

The Odisha state government has launched a special scheme for the welfare of children orphaned due to the pandemic. On Sunday the Naveen Patnaik govt embark a financial aid plan for orphans. They will be categorised into three sections, those who lost both parents, a single parent or the breadwinner parent. As per the plan

Distressed of Parental Loss, Orphans are now under many threats

Between April 1, 2020, to May 25, 2021, WCD (Women and Child Development) learnt that 577 children orphaned due to the pandemic. On June 5, NCPCR (National Commission of Protection for Child Rights) informed the Supreme Court about 30,071 orphaned children, as per data submitted by different states, who lost either one parent or were

WCD appealed not to share details of children over social media

Fearing about the safety of Covid distressed children the Women and Child Development Ministry requested people not to share their details over social media platforms, as it can put their life at great risk.   The Ministry said that such information should be given to Childline (1098) on an immediate basis.   India is witnessing

Maharashtra govt proclaims assistance to Covid Orphans

Taking a step forward to provide aid to the vulnerable children who lost parental support due to the pandemic, Maharashtra govt. made an announcement of providing financial assistance worth Rs. 5 lakh to each child orphaned due to Covid-19. The devilish pandemic claimed thousands of lives during the second wave, many were parents to underaged

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