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The unbearable weight of life-the tragedy of India's new crown orphans is unfolding
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发表时间:2021-11-24
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A recent report by DW shows that as of June this year, India’s
official child protection agency has confirmed that there are 1742
COVID-19 orphans and 7464 children who have lost their parents or
mothers, and another 140 orphans have been abandoned. keep. Under
the impact of this epidemic, the children have endured too much
suffering!
1. They became the prey of human traffickers
Since the second wave of the epidemic this year, messages like
this have appeared on Indian social media: "If anyone wants to
adopt a girl, please contact Priyanka at the phone number... "
Prabhat Kumar of the charity Save the Children stated that it is
possible that people who have a close relationship with the
children and who are deeply worried are sending such information,
or it may be related to child trafficking gangs. After contacting
some of the information, Kumar (Prabhat Kumar) said: Some orphans
are being trafficked, 500,000 rupees (about 5600 euros) for girls
and 800,000 rupees (about 8,900 euros) for boys.
Normally, orphans are best placed in relatives' homes. In view of
the new crown crisis, many families are already overwhelmed by
themselves, while others hope to earn government food subsidies by
adopting children. As a result, driven by the common interests of
both parties, the risk of trafficking in new crown orphans is
rising.
2. They may become child labor or sex slaves
The epidemic has hindered the implementation of anti-child labor
laws, and the intensity of workplace inspections and the tracing
of human traffickers has not been as strong as before. From April
to September this year, the Indian Save Childhood Movement has
rescued at least 1,197 children across India (613 people were
rescued in the same period last year).
Sonal Kapoor, the founder of the Protsahan India Foundation, a
non-governmental organization dedicated to helping orphans,
pointed out that since the epidemic, she has received about 25
calls for help every day (before the epidemic, up to 10 calls per
day). In the most recent case, three sisters aged five, six and
fourteen were sexually abused by their father during their
mother’s hospitalization.
According to the Associated Press, in some places, human
traffickers have continued to provide poor families with free food
to win the trust of villagers. They offered to find jobs for their
children in big cities. There is such a case: a boy in a city in
central India was beaten up because of a stomachache. His cry for
help attracted the attention of passers-by. After passers-by
called the police, the police found 12 people in the shoe factory
where the boy worked. Boys from 10 to 17 years old.
Many children never returned after being taken away by
traffickers. Some children were not sent home until they were
rescued by the authorities and non-profit organizations. The
"Guidelines for Combating Human Trafficking Sectors" issued by the
Ministry of the Interior of India have also become a dead letter
and have been ignored by various local governments.

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