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Girl Child Foeticide

Step of Bhagwan Valmiki Jagriti Sweh Sanstha Against Female Foeticide

Bhagwan Valmik Jagriti Sweh Sewa Sanstha is a welfare organization that are working in female foeticide area:

1) To register and train social networking users as volunteers to create a vi-rally growing our Sanstha.
2) To receive reports via SMS/Email/App from any expectant mother or well-wisher, who will, irrespective of their social and economical status, be able to report anonymously and easily their suspicion of possibility/threat of “child sex determination”, “girl foetus abortion”,
3) To provide personalized follow-up & assignment of a suitable volunteer for each case and
4) Finally, to provide tools/information and other supports to the volunteer, while keeping mother’s privacy intact, so that s/he can effectively monitor and ensure that the mother gives birth to her child and doesn’t succumb to any pressure

How Can You Help Us?

Be a change maker to transform the existing landscape of your society. Start by raising your concern on this issue in various public fora, write letters to the editor, be a part of the Resident Welfare Association, form a club with like-minded people, raise the issue at an existing club, at your workplace, religious and social gatherings, speak to your family members including your children and relatives, and in political and professional arenas to collectively generate public opinion on this critical issue of sex selection. The choices and options are limitless. Only then can societal apathy end. Mahatma Gandhi said, “Be the change you want to see”.

Adopt a zero tolerance for sex selection.

If you know of anyone indulging in it, report to Appropriate Authorities. Your vigilance will help save many girls and send out a strong message to those who err.

Value your daughter.
Each one of us can change our immediate environment by treating our daughters as equal to our sons. If each of us looks at the girl child with a changed mindset it will break the prevailing social apathy.

Changing mindsets includes the attitudes and thinking processes for both girls and boys.
Girls need, and should expect, equal access to education, nutrition, health, employment and productive resources. Boys and men should perceive girls not as subservient beings but as empowered individuals who are equal partners. This change can happen in homes, schools and work-places! Initiate it.