मिशन वात्सल्य योजना शासन निर्णय क्या है (Good Advice )
मिशन वात्सल्य योजना शासन निर्णय क्या है Mission Vatsalya was launched by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare last year. Mission Vatsalya is also known as Vatsalya Maitri Amrit Kosh. As the name of this mission suggests, it is a visionary endeavor
मिशन वात्सल्य योजना शासन निर्णय क्या है 2023 (Mission Vatsalya Yojana)
|योजना का नाम||मिशन वात्सल्य योजना|
|घोषित की गई||वित्त मंत्री निर्माला सीतारमण जी द्वारा|
|लांच की तारीख||जल्द ही|
|लाभार्थी||महिलाएं एवं बच्चे|
|कुल बजट||900 करोड़ रूपये|
|कार्यक्षेत्र||भारत के सभी क्षेत्र|
|अधिकारिक वेबसाइट||जल्द ही|
|हेल्पलाइन नंबर||जल्दी ही|
Ministry of Women and Child Development issued guidelines regarding “Mission Vatsalya Yojana”
The Ministry of Women and Child Development has launched a Centrally Sponsored Scheme “Mission Vatsalya” i.e. Child Protection Services Scheme from 2009-10 for the welfare and rehabilitation of children. Mission Vatsalya aims at ensuring a healthy and happy childhood for every child in India,
providing them opportunities to realize their full potential, providing support for growth in all spheres, providing them with a sensitive, supportive and contemporary environment A system has to be established in which their full development takes place. Along with this, the States and Union Territories were to provide facilities in accordance with the Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and help in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. “Mission Vatsalya” promotes family-based non-institutional care of children in difficult circumstances based on the principle of institutionalization of children as a last resort.
The main tasks of “Mission Vatsalya” are to improve the functioning of constitutional bodies, strengthen service delivery infrastructure, enhance the level of institutional care and services, encourage non-institutional community based care, provide access in emergencies training and capacity building.
All the States and Union Territories have signed MoU with the Ministry to implement the scheme in their respective states. “Mission Vatsalya” will be implemented as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme as per the prescribed cost sharing ratio between the Central and State/UT Governments.
The Ministry has issued detailed guidelines for the “Mission Vatsalya” scheme and asked the State and UT Administrations to prepare their financial proposals and plans for the year 2022-23 based on the Financial Rules guidelines in this regard . The rules of “Mission Vatsalya” scheme will be applicable from April 1, 2022.
Q: What is Mission Vatsalya related to?
Ans: From babies and their mothers. Mission Vatsalya works for Breastfeeding and Sheesh Suraksha.
Q: What is the total budget fixed for Mission Vatsalya Yojana?
Ans: Rs 900 crore
Q: Which ministry launched Mission Vatsalya?
Ans: Mission Vatsalya was started by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Q: Will Mission Vatsalya be continued further?
Ans: Yes. This has been announced in the new budget.
Q: What are the benefits of Mission Vatsalya Yojana?
Ans: This will reduce the death rate of children
Why in discussion? मिशन वात्सल्य योजना शासन निर्णय क्या है
Recently, the Central Government had issued guidelines to the states regarding the Mission Vatsalya Child Protection Scheme.
As per the guidelines, the states cannot change the original name of the scheme to get access to the funds given by the central government.
Funds to the States will be approved through the Mission Vatsalya Project Approval Board (PAB), headed by the WCD Secretary, which will scrutinize and approve the annual plans and financial proposals received from the States and UTs for release of grants.
It will be implemented as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme in partnership with State Governments and Union Territory Administrations with a fund-sharing pattern in the ratio of 60:40.
However, for the eight states of the Northeast as well as Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the Center and State/UT share will be in the ratio of 90:10.
MVS, in partnership with States and Districts, will implement a 24×7 helpline service for children as defined under the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015.
It will support State Adoption Resource Agencies (SARA) which will support the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) in promoting adoption in the country and regulating inter-country adoption.
SARA will coordinate, monitor and develop work related to non-institutional care including adoption in the state.
The mission plans to set up foster child reception centers in at least one specialized adoption agency in each area to receive abandoned and trafficked children.
Children in need of care as well as children with special needs shall be placed in separate homes based on gender (including separate homes for transgender children) and age.
Since they cannot attend school due to physical or mental disabilities, these institutions will provide special teachers, doctors, and nurses to provide occupational therapy, speech therapy, verbal therapy, and other remedial classes.
In addition, the staff of these specialized divisions should be proficient in sign language, Braille and other related languages.
Establishment of open shelters will be supported by the state government to take care of runaway children, missing children, trafficked children, working children, street children, child beggars, drug abuse children etc.
Financial assistance is also earmarked for vulnerable children living with extended families or in foster care, supporting education, nutrition and health needs.
- historical perspective:
- Prior to 2009, the Ministry of Women and Child Development implemented three schemes for children in need of protection:
- Juvenile Justice Programs for children in need of care and protection as well as for children,
- Integrated program for street children,
- Child Home Assistance Scheme.
- In the year 2010 these were merged into a single scheme known as Integrated Child Protection Scheme.
- In the year 2017 it was renamed as “Child Protection Service Scheme” and then renamed as Mission Vatsalya in the year 2021-22.
It is an umbrella scheme for child protection services in the country.
The components under Mission Vatsalya include improving the functioning of statutory bodies, strengthening service delivery structures, thriving institutional care and services, promoting non-institutional community-based care, emergency access services and training and capacity building.
To ensure a healthy and happy childhood for every child in the country.
To promote a sensitive, supportive and synchronous ecosystem for the development of children, to assist the States and UTs in delivering the mandate of the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 to enable them to achieve their full potential and nurture them in all respects To ensure opportunities to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
It promotes family-based non-institutional care of children in difficult circumstances based on the principle of ‘institutionalization of children as a last resort’.
These guidelines are in the right direction as there are many children in our country who are physically and mentally challenged, all these initiatives will make their life easier.
All these initiatives need to be implemented efficiently and at a better pace.
‘Mission Vatsalya Yojana’ will provide 24 services Mission Vatsalya Yojana 2022
Mission Vatsalya Yojana
Mission Vatsalya Yojana 2022: The outbreak of the infectious disease Kovid 19 has been going on in the state for the last two years. Many citizens of the state have died in the first and second wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
In many places, children in the age group of 0 to 18 have become orphans due to the death of both the parents of the same family.
Many women have become single/widowed after the death of the breadwinner of the house.
To provide proper upbringing to children who have lost both their parents due to Kovid-19 and to give them their due rights and after the death of the breadwinner in the house.
It is the moral duty of the government to ensure the future of the single/widow women by ensuring their economic and social development through proper rehabilitation and to give them a place of honor in the society.
Mission Vatsalya Yojana Maharashtra
A lump sum financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh has been provided to orphaned children due to Kovid-19 and monthly benefit of child care scheme has been allowed.
If the said orphans are educated in government institutions, their educational fees have been waived off by the government and the facility of paying their educational fees in private schools has been made available through voluntary organizations.
Apart from this, various schemes have been announced for orphans through some departments of the government.
Similarly, it is necessary to rehabilitate single / widowed women due to the death of the breadwinner due to Kovid-19 by taking advantage of the schemes implemented by various departments of the government.
Many single/widowed women are unaware of government schemes and procedures as they do not have access to government offices. Therefore, the possibility of such women and orphans being deprived of government schemes cannot be ruled out.
Therefore, the matter of implementing the scheme “Mission Vatsalya Yojana” based on the concept of “Government at your doorstep” was under consideration of the government to visit the families of single/widow women and orphan children and provide them with the benefit of the schemes being implemented by the government for their rehabilitation.
Mission Vatsalya Yojana Govt
In line with the proper rehabilitation of single/widowed women due to the outbreak of Kovid-19 and in line with keeping their just rights intact, the task force has been entrusted with the responsibility of increasing the scope of the task force at the district level to get these women benefit from the schemes of various departments of the government.
Children orphaned due to death of both parents due to infectious disease Kovid-19 and single/widowed due to death of breadwinner
It has been approved to implement the “Mission Vatsalya” scheme in the state based on the concept of “Government at your doorstep” to provide the women with the benefits of various government welfare schemes by completing the necessary certificates.
Children orphaned due to death of both parents due to infectious disease Kovid-19 and single/widowed due to death of breadwinner.
A taluka level coordination committee has been constituted for the effective implementation of the “Mission Vatsalya Yojana” scheme, which is being implemented so that women can benefit from various schemes of the government.
Overview of Mission Vatsalya Scheme
|योजनेचे नाव||Mission Vatsalya Yojana|
|योजनेचे कार्यक्षेत्र||संपुर्ण राज्य|
|जारी करणारा विभाग||महाराष्ट्र शासन|
|लाभ||एकरकमी 5 लाख रुपये|
|लाभार्थी||एकल/ विधवा महिला आणि अनाथ बालके|
Mission Vatsalya Yojana will provide 24 services
- Family Pension Scheme
- ration card
- Heir Certificate
- Benefit of LIC or other insurance policy
- back account
- Aadhar Card
- Birth/Death Certificate
- Caste Certificate
- Property rights
- Sanjay Gandhi Niradhar Yojana
- National Family Benefit Scheme
- Shravan Bal Yojana
- Child care plan
- School admission and fees of orphans
- Skill development
- Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme
- ___________Widow Pension Scheme
- Indira Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme
- Shubh Mangal Group Scheme
Individual Benefit Schemes through Tribal Development Department
Personal Benefit Schemes implemented through the Department of Agriculture
Activities carried out by organizations
Out of the proposals received by the village level committee, the proposals which have the power of approval at the taluka level are approved by the concerned department/office.
To send the proposals for the approval of the plans to the district level authorities for approval and follow up on this consistently.
The responsibility of providing the information about children orphaned due to corona infection and single/widow women to the taluka level coordination committee will be with the concerned child development project officer as the member secretary of the committee.
The tehsildar as the chairman of the committee will be responsible for organizing the meeting of the taluka level committee in every week of every month and submitting the report of the proceedings of the said meeting to the action team formed under the chairmanship of the collector.
The action taken by the taluka level committee will be reviewed in the meeting of the task force formed under the chairmanship of the Collector. Mission Vatsalya Yojana
Village Level/ Ward Level Team
A coordination committee has been constituted at the taluka level to implement the said scheme.
Through the said coordination committee, ward officers, talathi, primary teachers, anganwadi workers should be included in the ward wise team in urban areas.
The teams will visit the families of single/widow women/orphan children in the village/city and inform them about various schemes of the government.
Also, in order to get the benefits of various schemes, after obtaining the necessary documents, they will prepare a complete proposal as per the criteria of the schemes and submit the proposal to the taluka level coordination committee. Mission Vatsalya Yojana
Duties and Responsibilities of Village Level / Ward Level Team
Village level / urban area team to visit homes of orphaned children and single/widow women during Corona period.
Completion of documents / filling of applications of concerned eligible beneficiaries.
Preparing the perfect proposal by checking the criteria of the plans
Submitting the complete proposal to the Taluka Coordination Committee.
In addition to the above schemes, if single/widowed women and orphans are eligible for personal benefit schemes of other government departments, Taluka level coordination committee should take necessary action to get them the benefits of those schemes as well. “Mission Vatsalya Yojana”