Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, UTSAH recieved short term(6 months) support from UNICEF for implementation of Rakshan 2 Programme, from...
Making Child Protection a Reality
Systems Reform vis-a-vis Child Protection
Child Sexual Abuse
Founded in the year 2011, UTSAH is a leading Child Rights Organization based in Assam, Northeast India.
UTSAH provides direct psychosocial and legal support to children affected by sexual violence. While we help children through the complex process of justice delivery; our aim is to stand alongside every child and help them heal from the trauma of sexual violence.
The Organizations vision is to see a world where children are protected from all forms of violence – where Child Protection is an absolute reality.
The Mission of the organization is to assist in the strengthening of the child protection system in a way that it can prevent and respond to all forms of violence against children – a reformed and strong system capable of providing high quality protective and rehabilitative services to children.
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Assam Police, in collaboration with UTSAH and UNICEF, with support from Childline Guwahati, Assam organized - Assam Police Sishu Mitra Webinar - Part 3 on "Cyber safety of Children".
Shri Harmeet Singh, IPS, ADGP, Assam, interacted with 150 children and other participants including teachers from across the State.
On World Day Against Child Labour, UTSAH, in collaboration with Childline Guwahati, organized an online Conversation on "The Child Labour Problem in Northeast of India" with Ms. Rosy Taba Gongo, Member, National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights.
Mr. Miguel Queah, Executive Director, UTSAH and Mr. Nirmal Deka, Co-ordinator, Guwahati Childline interacted with Ms. Rosy Taba Gongo to demystify
Assam Police, in collaboration with UTSAH and UNICEF, with support from Childline Guwahati, Assam organized - Assam Police Sishu Mitra Webinar - Part 2 on "Protecting Children from Crime during COVID-19".
Shri Surendra Kumar, IPS, IGP, CID, Assam, interacted with 118 children from across the State.
The IGP, CID, spoke on ways of
Assam Police and UTSAH Child Rights Org, in collaboration with UNICEF, Childline Guwahati and State Child Protection Society, Assam, organized - Assam Police Sishu Mitra Webinar - Part 1 on "Addressing the issues of children during COVID-19".
Shri Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, IPS, DGP, Assam interacted with 105 children from Child Care
UTSAH organized online classes for children in the Hafiznagar No. 2 community.
Due the pandemic, most
children attending nearby government schools were unable to attend classes.
When the classes were shifted to online mode, due to lack of smart phones and
the families household income being lower than Rs 2000-3000 per month, children
in the community were unable to access online education.
In order for children
to access online education, UTSAH mobilized youth from the community who had
WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY
Vice President, Royal Group of Institutions
“Let’s agree that in helping the best interests and the welfare of children, we serve the best interest of all humanity. Cheers to UTSAH”
Director, Youthnet, Nagaland
“I would do anything to fiercely protect my children’s right- every child deserves it too. Let us do our best to protect every child’s right as they were our own. I support Utsah.”
Entrepreneur,Promoter of North East Festival, Rongali
“Protect our children today, they will make our country tomorrow. I support UTSAH . I support child rights”
“I feel really honoured to be a part of this walkathon event. I look forward to attending many more events like this, Utsah is doing a great job and I fully support its cause.”