Orphans received pension under Bal Seva Yojana

Children who lost one or both of their parents to the second wave of COVID-19 will be benefitted under Mukhyamantri Covid-19 Bal Seva Yojana. On the inauguration of the scheme, the Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan distributed an amount of Rs. 5000 per children, 173 from 130 families. It will be a monthly aid

PM-CARES to aid children orphaned due to COVID

Condoling the demise of parents who left their children with no shelter over their heads, the Union government had announced an aid of Rs.10 lakh each to such children. They will receive a monthly stipend once they are 18 and a fund of ten lakh to be provided when they attain 23. Taking the matter

Nearly 577 orphaned in the second wave of COVID

The second wave of COVID has proved to be more lethal than the first one. Accounting for the higher infection rate and claiming more lives, the devilous virus has orphaned almost 577 children since April. The figure, disclosed by the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare (WCD), speaks for the entire country. Although these children

Jalandhar people can apply online to Adopt

After a report of nearly 40 children becoming orphan due to COVID, the Government of India along with the District Child Welfare Committee decided to turn Pusha Gujral Nari Niketan into a Shelter Home for the helpless in Jalandhar. “Until now we have obtained 40 such children but they are still under the custody of

No Adoption can Be done through Social Media

India is among the worst-hit countries by the ongoing pandemic. With a record infection number of each day, people, regardless of class, are facing the adversities of this unwanted disaster. Even children are not untouched by this pain. Their story is no different from others suffering due to this deadly virus. The monstrous virus is

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