Children: Tomorrow’s future

 Children: Tomorrow’s future

The children of today will make the India of tomorrow.

Yes, it is true, today’s children are tomorrow’s future. As we are travelling through the twenty-first century, we are approaching new technology, scientific research, and current, and future events, but the most important thing to keep in perspective is the children of today’s society. Children are our tomorrow and future.

Jawaharlal Nehru said “children are the nation’s future and tomorrow’s citizens” because children are considered future builders of the nation. The future of every country depends on the future of children who will be adults in the future. They may be doctors, engineers, scientists, teachers, politicians, etc.

Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow. They are the supreme assets of the nation they require special care and attention to develop into a responsible growth adult. Today’s children are key to the future.

What are the 12 rights of the child?

12 Child Rights Everyone Should Know

  • Non-discrimination
  • Family
  • Health
  • Protection From Harm
  • Identity
  • Education
  • Freedom of Thought
  • Access to Information.
  • Privacy
  • The Arts
  • Reparation
  • Government Responsibility

All children have these rights regardless of religion, ethnicity, gender, or cultural background.

Children should be given the right type of education.

The practice of child labour in India still continues to persist, with more than 80 lakh children (5-14) years toiling in fields, factories, shops, and elsewhere.

How can we stop child labour in India?

  • Spread awareness
  • More straightened laws and effective implementation
  • Sending more children to school
  • Discouraging people to employ in-home, shops, factories, etc.
  • Supporting NGOs like saving the children.

According to FAO estimates the state of food security and nutrition. For children, there is a lack of nutrition in food. Food is a human right it is universal. The ultimate solution to the food problem is to increase production and control the population.

The crisis of child malnutrition is grooming in India, where the majority of children under the age of five are undernourished.

It is our responsibility and also the governments to ensure children’s nourishment.

Megha Gadad

https://www.thebhopalnews.com/

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