Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Feb. 17: The Jamshedpur chapter of Young Indians (Yi), the youth wing of the CII has embarked on a drive to reach out to as many children as possible under ‘Project Masoom’ – a nationwide mission that aims to create sexual abuse awareness.
The Masoom team, led by trainer Rachna Nair, academics director for group of Kerela Public Schools and senior trainer ShrutiJhunjhunwala, conducted the training session for 60 enthusiastic volunteers.
The teachers and directors of various schools and Lions Club Volunteers took part in the programme. The training was designed to help volunteers spread awareness onchild sexual abuse among children.
Masoom is a flagship initiative of Young Indians in partnership with Child Line. Childlline has been working hard to keep children safe and Yi Ranchi pledged to support the team in Ranchi to help carry it forward in the city.Also present was Surbhi Anand, consultant to the District, with support of DC Ranchi, Rai Mahimapatray andChildline representative Anwarul.
The event was a joint collaboration ofLions Club of Ranchi, represented president by Poonam Anand, Lions Club District XX, represented by district governor Sanjeev Poddar, Young Indians, Ranchi Chapter, represented by Chapter Chair, Ritesh Gupta and Young Indians, Jamshedpur Chapter, represented by Chapter Chair, DivyaTaneja.