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DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

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Statistics:-

 

 

Total No. of Anganawadis

1844

Total No. of Anganawadi Buildings

1154

Beneficiaries covered under ICDS

105555

Total No. of Stree Shakthi Groups

1777

Total Amount Collected by SHGs

142.02

Total Amount lent among SHGs

186.08

Total No. Of Destitute Cottages

6

Amount meant for Nutrition Food

2047.33

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Taluk

Anganawadi

Destitute Cottages

Stree Shakthi Groups

Amount Collected by SHGs (in Lakhs)

Amount lent among SHGs  (in Lakhs)

Ankola

152

0

138

13.08

90.85

Bhatkal

171

0

223

25.64

258.08

Haliyal

136

0

150

7.11

36.49

Honnavar

245

1

186

12.44

117.46

Karwar

201

3

176

19.22

44.48

Kumta

202

-

192

17.28

139.37

Mundgod

129

-

110

10.01

94.76

Siddapur

145

-

145

10.08

77.01

Sirsi

190

-

215

14.54

125.66

Supa

153

-

130

6.66

33.28

Yellapur

120

1

103

6.56

40.35

Total

1844

6

1777

142.02

1057.79

 

 

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Role Played by the Department: -

 

The department of women and child development has been implementing various schemes for the development of women and children for improving their over all quality of life. Besides playing its nodal role, the department implements certain innovative for women and children. The programme for children emphasizes nutrition; pre-school education and aspects of health while those for women cover welfare and support services, training for employment and income generation and gender sensitization. All these efforts are directed to ensure that a sound foundation is laid for the physical, social and psychological development of children and that women are empowered both economically and socially.
As for the correctional institutions are concerned the department efforts to bring the destitute, neglected, court committed children and women in the main social stream of the nation.
As per the persons with disabilities, equal opportunities protection of rights and full participation Act-1995, making special provisions for the integration of persons with disability into social mainstream to take steps towards the prevention of disabilities ensuring their medical care, education employment and rehabilitation interest creating barrier free environment to remove discrimination of such persons in the sharing of development benefits vise-vis the able bodies comprehensive development strategies, programme and services for the equalization of opportunity

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Schemes Executed by the Department: -
The schemes implemented by the Deputy Director office, Women and child Development Department Karwar is as follows:-
1. CRECHES: DAY CARE CENTERS
To meet the growing demands of creches and to provide day care facilities to the children in vulnerable age group of 0-3 years. The services provided under the scheme include day care facilities supplementary nutrition, medical, health care and recreation.
Children below the age of 3 years whose parents income does not exceed Rs.1800.00 per mensum, children of agricultural labourers, schedule caste, scheduled tribes and of women employed in employment generation schemes.
The State Govt. voluntary organization, mahila mandals with a known record of service in the field of child welfare and registered under the societies registration Act 1860 or registered as a public trust at least for two years are eligible for financial assistance.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar

2. DESTITUTE COTTAGE: CHILDREN HOME
Objective of welfare services for destitute children should be to rehabilitate them as normal citizens. The programme should include ameliorative services of food clothing, services of education, pre-vocational and vocational training, vocational guidance, recreation and cultural development and citizenship education. The effort has to be made to make the children when they grow-up job worthy.
Eligibility: -
1) Children who do not have either parents or near relations.
2) Children of single parent deprived of adequate family care due to death, dissertation, prolonged illness, imprisonment of one of the parents and where the income of the family is less than Rs.500.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar


3. FREE COMPUTER TRAINING:
This programme aims to improve the lives of poor women by providing basic & advanced computer training and to ensure their employment.
Eligibility:
1) The Candidates should be between 18-35 years of age.
2) Should have passed S.S.L.C. with 50% of marks.
3) The income should be less than 11500.00 & income certificate should be produced.
4) Should produced attested birth certificates.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar
4. STREE SHAKTHI:
Objectives:
1) To make the rural women self-reliant by developing them Socially, economically & enable them to become independent.
2) To encourage empowerment of the rural women.

Eligibility:
1) Women below poverty line.
2) Self-help group women should be literate.
3) Belongs to landless labourer families.
4) Priorety should be given to SC:ST women.
5) The women who are in difficult circumstances & who are handicapped should also be given priority.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar


5. BHAGYA LAKSHMI SCHEME:
The benefit of the scheme  given to two girls children in a BPL family.
The scholarships benefit upto PUC level and Insurance is covered by
LIC and maturity grant of Rs. 20,000/-(deposited) in the name of the
Girl child will be paid after completion  of 18 years of age, if she remained
Unmarried.

6. ASARE YOJANE
Rs. One Lakh to Two lakhs loan facility is given to woman to take up
Business, Industry, Agricultural based activities by the National
Banks. Subsidy of Rs. 10,000/- and Rs. 25,000/- margins
Money is given at Rs. 4% interest. The candidate must be in the age
Group of 18-55 years of age and family income should not be exceeded
Rs. 40,000/-p.a.


7. INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Objectives Of I.C.D.S.
1) To improve the nutrition and health status of children in the age group of 0-6 years.
2) To lay the foundation for proper psychological, physical, and social development of the child.
3) To reduce the incidence of mortality, morbidity, malnutrition and school dropouts.
4) To achieve effective co-ordinated policy and its implementation among the various department to promote child development.
5) To enhance the capability of the mother to look after the normal health and nutritional needs of the child through proper nutrition and health education.
1) Supplementary nutrition
Means identifying the children below the poverty line and full filling the deficiencesof calories, proteins, minerals and vitamins in the esisting diets.
2) Immunization:
Means to strengthen resistance of the bodies against communicable diseases like tuberculesis, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, measles, and polio immunization for all children less than one year of age.
3) Health Check-up:
This service include antenatal care of expectant mothers, post-natal care of nursing mothers and care of new born and care of children under 6 years of age. The health check-up and medical care will be rendered by the ANM (Nurse), lady health visitors, Anganwadi workers, health inspectors and medical officers of primary health centers.
4) Refferal Services :
This service will be referred by the Anganwadi workers, ANM, and LHV, when children and mothers have serious ailments necessitating specialized care and treatment. The primary health centers are upgraded referral hospitals
5) Nutrition and health education:
Is given by Anganwadi workers, ICDS staff, ANM , LHV and doctors. This is required to be given to all women in the age group of 15-44 years and other members of the family. A special follow has to be made of mothers whose children suffer from frequent illness.
6) Non-Formal pre-school education:
This education is to be imparted to children in the age group of 3-5 years at the Anganwadi centers.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar


8. UDYOGINI
To make women self reliant by improving their economic condition. There are two categories. There are two categories.
1) Soecial category includes SC:ST. Wondows & handicapped women.
2) General category: includes other women.
Eligibility:
1) Age group between 18-45 years.
2) Income certificate should be produced.
3) Special categhory women are eligible for 40% subsidy & General category women will have 25% subsidy and income should be less than RS.40,000/-.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar


9. CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
I) Reception Centre
Institution extends temporary shelter and rehabilitation for about 6 months to those women: girls who are destitute who wants to get admitted with self interest, women admitted through court, women who gets admitted through police for safety & protection. The women of 18 years and above are admitted in these institutions.
Sanctioned strengths of the institutions are 40 inmates.
Head of the institution: Superintendent.
Office telephone No.08382-226726.
Concerned offices to approach: Reception center Karwar:
Office of the deputy Director
Women and Child Welfare Department
Karwar.
II. PROBATION OF OFFENDERS ACT.
Under probation of offenders Act 1958, JJ ACT 1986, SIT Act & MIS Act enquiry and supervision will be conducted for the court convicted cases & cases filed through correctional institutions & detailed report will be produced.
Head of the institution: Probation officer Probation of Offenders Act.
Concerned office to approach:
Taluk child development project officers: office of the deputy directors- women and child development, Karwar

III. JUVENILE HOME FOR BOYS
(below 12 years of age)
Institution aims to rehabilitates the neglected, delingernt children as normal citizens in the community they belong to. The institution provides ameliorative services of food, clothing, shelter, medical attention, curative services of education pre-vocational & vocational training for the children who are admitted through observation homes.
Sanction strength of the institution: 100 boys.
Head of the institution: Superintendent
Office Telephone No: 36520
Concerned offices: Juvenile home for boys Sirsi
Uttara Kannada Karwar : Office of the
Deputy Director, Women & Child Welfare
Department Karwar.

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Designation: Deputy Director of Women and Child Development

Address: C/o Remand Home Campus

M.G.Road Karwar

Department Website: http://www.kar.nic.in/dwcd

Phone: 08382-226761

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