Summer Camp

Summer Camp 2014 Organised by Astha Kiran Under project HIMMAT(Girls Empowerment Programme) On 26/May/2014 we have organized a 10 days Hobby course for 24 underprivileged Girls at our Bhavishya school(Nai Roshini)...
Under this programme we will teach beautician technique through our expert teacher,Member ...Mrs Juli Saxena (Graduate in Beautician course).She has a 15 years experiance in beautician.She has given free of cost beautician class for our girls.

Malala Award.

2nd of august founder of Astha Kiran,Miss Sonia Singh has received Malala award by UP chief minister Mr Akhilesh Yadava.

Bus Donated by Ekta Foundation.

1 July 2014 UK based foundation Ekta Foundation donated a school bus to our 15 Sponsored children.

Computer School Started

First Computer Centre Started on 14/September/2014,At Nai Roshini School.(A School For Underprivileged Girls),Supported By Begunahi Foundation, USA.

Today we organized Self Employment Class discussion for our Nai Roshini Students.(AGE GROUP 12 TO 16) we observed that many of girls want to become

A REPORT OF "HIFAZAT" PROGRAM (Initiative towards child sexual safety)

"HIFAZAT" : Our program to raise awareness of the prevalence and consequences of child sexual Molestation/Abuse.


Today, (20th September, 2014) we started workshop with 80 girls at Nai-Roshni school, educating them through the steps they can take to recognise, prevent and react responsibly to the reality of child sexual abuse in the prevailing locale.

As per the fact finding, Nineteen percent of the world's children live in India, which constitutes 42 percent of India’s total population. In 2007,the Ministry of Women and Child Development published the 'Study on Child Abuse' which sampled 12447 children, 2324 young adults and 2449 stakeholders across 13 states. It looked at different forms of child abuse: physical abuse, sexual abuse and emotional abuse and girl child neglect in five evidence groups, namely, children in a family environment, children in school, children at work, children on the street and children in institutions.


The study's main findings included: 53.22% of children reported having faced sexual abuse. Among them 52.94% were boys and 47.06% gals. Majority cities like Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar and Delhi reported the highest percentage of sexual abuse among both boys and girls, along with the highest incidence of sexual assaults. 21.90% of child respondents faced severe forms of sexual abuse, 5.69% had been sexually assaulted and 50.76% reported other forms of sexual abuse. Children begging on the street and enrolled in institutional care reported the highest incidence of sexual assault.

A research on this matter, reports that 50% of abusers are 'known to the child' or are among most trusted people in their society. Often children do not report the matter to anyone (factors being multiple; common among them are-inability to communicate, lack of indulgence by family members, fear of the vague society norms).

Child sexual abuse can occur in environment including home, school, or work, the effects of child sexual abuse can include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, complex post-traumatic stress disorder, propensity to further victimization in adulthood.

Hereby we as a parent guardian or care taker should look out at our children awareness on the above said and keep on discussing such matter to know if they have been part of it ever.


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