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Devendra Tak Singh

National Manager of Media and Communications

NGO

NGO

Background Information

Employment History

National Manager - Media and Communication
Save the Children, India

Consultant - Communication for Development (C4D)
UNICEF

Communications and Media Manager
CIVICUS

Dissemination and Production Officer
International Committee of the Red Cross

Regional Communications Manager
CARE Inc

Regional Communications Manager
South Asia

Position, Communication Departments
Red Crescent Society

Affiliations

Information Delegate
International Federation

Web References (89 Total References)


Uttarakhand news online sports, business, entertainment, politics, science and technology news

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In such a scenario, these child-friendly spaces, which are tented areas, aim to provide support," Devendra Tak of the NGO told IANS.


Devendra Tak, national ...

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Devendra Tak, national manager of media and communications for NGO "Save the Children" said: "36 percent Indians are children and some of them have written this manifesto.


"Children are worst sufferers of such ...

news.webindia123.com [cached]

"Children are worst sufferers of such calamities," said Devendra Tak, who works with NGO Save The Children.

The NGO estimates, based on official figures, that 1,227 children are missing.
"This is just an official estimate, the real number can be more," said Tak.
"Schools have been destroyed, the buildings left are being used as relief camps or distribution centres. There are several other school buildings which have become dangerous and need serious assessment," he said.
According the the NGO's estimates, 250,000 children in Uttarakhand are now out of school and 180 schools need repairs or rebuilding.
"In some areas like Tiwara and Vijaynagar, schools have been completely washed away. There is the Takshila High School that was flooded and - because the river level has risen almost 20 metres due to the silt - is now in permanent danger of being flooded whenever there is heavy rain," said Tak.
"The scene is such that there are villages that have no children. The families have sent them to relatives in other areas as nothing is left," he said, adding: "Imagine their trauma."
Tak added that the threat of trafficking and exploitation has increased and the NGO is keeping an eye on the situation to prevent this.
He, however, complained that the government's rehabilitation efforts are totally ignoring the children.
"They must come up with a policy for rehabilitation of these children. There is a serious threat to their growth as healthy human beings," Tak said.
"Children have special needs, and they are easily forgotten," he added.


"Children are worst sufferers of such ...

www.deccanherald.com [cached]

"Children are worst sufferers of such calamities," said Devendra Tak, who works with NGO Save The Children.

The NGO estimates, based on official figures, that 1,227 children are missing. "This is just an official estimate, the real number can be more," said Tak.
"Schools have been destroyed, the buildings left are being used as relief camps or distribution centres. There are several other school buildings which have become dangerous and need serious assessment," he said.
According the the NGO's estimates, 250,000 children in Uttarakhand are now out of school and 180 schools need repairs or rebuilding.
"In some areas like Tiwara and Vijaynagar, schools have been completely washed away. There is the Takshila High School that was flooded and - because the river level has risen almost 20 metres due to the silt - is now in permanent danger of being flooded whenever there is heavy rain," said Tak.
"The scene is such that there are villages that have no children. The families have sent them to relatives in other areas as nothing is left," he said, adding: "Imagine their trauma."
Tak added that the threat of trafficking and exploitation has increased and the NGO is keeping an eye on the situation to prevent this.
He, however, complained that the government's rehabilitation efforts are totally ignoring the children.
"They must come up with a policy for rehabilitation of these children. There is a serious threat to their growth as healthy human beings," Tak said.
"Children have special needs, and they are easily forgotten," he added.


"Children are worst sufferers of such ...

www.newzfirst.com [cached]

"Children are worst sufferers of such calamities," said Devendra Tak, who works with NGO Save The Children.

The NGO estimates, based on official figures, that 1,227 children are missing.
"This is just an official estimate, the real number can be more," said Tak.
"Schools have been destroyed, the buildings left are being used as relief camps or distribution centres. There are several other school buildings which have become dangerous and need serious assessment," he said.
According the the NGO's estimates, 250,000 children in Uttarakhand are now out of school and 180 schools need repairs or rebuilding.
"In some areas like Tiwara and Vijaynagar, schools have been completely washed away. There is the Takshila High School that was flooded and - because the river level has risen almost 20 metres due to the silt - is now in permanent danger of being flooded whenever there is heavy rain," said Tak.
"The scene is such that there are villages that have no children. The families have sent them to relatives in other areas as nothing is left," he said, adding: "Imagine their trauma."
Tak added that the threat of trafficking and exploitation has increased and the NGO is keeping an eye on the situation to prevent this.
He, however, complained that the government's rehabilitation efforts are totally ignoring the children.
"They must come up with a policy for rehabilitation of these children. There is a serious threat to their growth as healthy human beings," Tak said.
"Children have special needs, and they are easily forgotten," he added.

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