Thought for the day
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."
- Matthew 7:7-8
On the wake of leadership change in CSI Vellore Diocese, the Director of CSIBCC had a meeting with The CSI Vellore Diocesan authorities for the better understanding and effective cooperation to the child Care projects in the Diocese. This high-level meeting was held in afternoon on 29th June 2018.
The meeting was attended by Mr. E. Anil Kumar Charles, Director, CSIBCC; Mrs. Shiny Theodore, Program Executive, CSIBCC; Rev. Sampath Sadnandam, Secretary, CSI Vellore Diocese; Mr. T. Sunderaj, treasurer, & Chairman, Hostel Board, CSI Vellore Diocese; and Mr. Bhakta Kumar, Coordinator, Hostel Board, CSI Vellore Diocese. Al the officers expressed their happiness and assured to extend all possible support to the Child Care projects in the Diocese.
Orientation program for Newly appointed staff of Karnataka: 27/10/2018 & 28/10/2018
Orientation for Special Home staff - Karnataka: 23/10/2018 & 24/10/2018
Programme for Children at Risk (CAR): Children are vulnerable victims in many social situations in t
The CSIBCC is a board duly constituted by CSI Synod with members from various Dioceses of CSI. The Chairperson would be the Moderator; CEO would be the General Secretary and the Treasurer would be the Treasurer of CSI Synod. We work with the partnership of KNH and other like-minded funding agencies and Churches around the world. Through partnership we empower children ……
Empowering Children by creating a joyous, Rightful inclusive Childhood
Change the face of the children with Hope and Power
Under-privileged children are taken care
Help the children to realize and celebrate the fullness of life
Develop the potential to lead children to self-sustenance
Children are nurtured with care and protection and experience the love of Christ
Child Protection Policy (CPP) to be implemented at all levels.
Programme for Children at Risk (CAR): Children are vulnerable victims in many social situations in terms of security, child rights and social living. In India alone as per the statistics gathered, 1.1 million children are living on streets. Also in India 2.5 million people are living with HIV/AIDS. The programs are tailored and customized according to me the context to cater and care for the children at risk. Our programs currently operational are for the children of HIV/AIDS affected and infected and to empower the women and children who are under sexual abuse, rescue and rehabilitation of street and working children.
Programme for the differently abled (intellectually challenged) Children (Special Homes): We are committed to serve and make sure that these children enjoy their rights and privileges. They have access to all available prospects for augment their standard of living with dignity. The systematic interventions enhance and facilitate their physical, sensory and intellectual capabilities. Our programmes are designed to serve the children who are mentally challenged, hearing impaired, physically challenged and cerebral palsied.
Child Focused Community Development Programme (CFCD): This programme comprehensively considers and contributes towards initiatives of sustainable improvements in the life situation of the deserving communities and their children. The operational rationale of the programme is to work through a 'Rights Framework' with children as the main focus and the community being enabling and sustaining mechanism.
Day Care Centers (DCC): The Day Care programme contributes to the holistic development of the child in the fringes of the society deprived of visible opportunities. Appropriate inputs in the child friendly environment significantly ensure children enjoy their rights and contribute to the prudent personality formation through our early child care interventions.
Residential Care Programme (RCP): The primary objective of the Residential Care Programme is to ensure the quality upbringing of the children by contributing to their physical and spiritual needs. The programme offers safe boarding facilities and allied material needs that would aid the holistic development of the children.