Society for Community Participation and Education in Rural Development (SCOPE-RD) registered in the year of 1992 at MTM, Krishna district. Initiation of the mission began at Amalapuram, E. Godavari District and during 2009 mission has started in Khammam and till the date successfully reaching the target – Children at Risk.
OUR KEY STAKEHOLDERS AT GROUND LEVEL
Change Agents ( Youth Advocates)
Union Member (Trade, Merchant, Mazdoori, Auto & Teacher’s)
Civil society organization members
Response to COVID to the community we serve
Date: 15th May 2020
In India, COVID has acted as a stress multiplier, compounding existing uncertainties around food and agriculture, water and sanitation, employment and indebtedness, health, climate, and disaster response. The impacts of COVID are differentiated across class, caste, gender, race, religion and ethnic lines. They have been experienced more acutely by precarious, marginalized, and minority groups – who have largely remained ‘invisible’ in the trajectory of mainstream development.
India’s lockdown occurs during the critical summer and monsoon periods, when cyclones, floods and heatwaves had multiple impacts on vulnerable communities. Difficulties caused by the intersection of multiple compounding uncertainties show a need for government, NGOs, and community groups to work together on multi hazard preparedness.
Change is a process and proves the reality in children’s survival, protection, development, treatment and participation. It brought significant improvements in the lives of children, especially children in need of care and protection. Such change varies from time to time depending on available resources and implementation of protection mechanisms.
As the patron of this organization, I have been experiencing “change” since three decades in the protection and promotion of Child Rights, ensuring well being and overall development of children in the targeted vulnerable areas. Society for Community Participation and Education in Rural Development (SCOPE-RD) practices the theory of change in partnering with community, civil societies, government departments, volunteers and the private sector to achieve its vision “Child Friendly Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states”. SCOPE-RD aims to go miles ahead in addressing the ground issues including child trafficking, child labour, child marriages, promotion of girl’s secondary education and job orientated vocational trainings with the community and key stakeholders’ participation.
Join hands in this assiduous journey to make children’s dreams into reality…!
SCOPE-RD visions for an integrated development and wellbeing of the downtrodden communities [Minorities and other marginalized communities of the society] where people respect human rights, law and order and every person experiences education, justice, dignity, security and equal access to resources – with special attention to vulnerable children and women.
SCOPE-RD is dedicated to improving the lives of the poor [especially children in need of care and protection and ‘vulnerable’ women groups] through rescue, protection, education, humanitarian and development programs. It works with local communities, institutions, and persons in need in and around the Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh State.
Every child deserves the best chance for a bright future. And that’s why we are fiercely committed to ensuring children not only survive, but thrive. Bold in our ambition and powerful in our care, we do whatever it takes to save the children.
Activities / Services SCOPE-RD
Round the clock services (Toll – free 1098)
Conducting awareness campaigns
Medical Help (Health camps, referral to hospitals and doctors)
Vocational trainings to children and young women
Counselling services (barefoot counselling, Emotional support and guidance)
Preventing child marriages and child trafficking
Protecting child labour and victims of child trafficking
Tracing missing children through missing persons portal
Rescue and rehabilitation
Follow up services
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