Chandigarh-The Sakhi One-Stop Centre is without doubt one of the most commendable initiatives of the Punjab Government, led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, for the welfare of girls and women.
Under the steering of Dr. Baljit Kaur, Minister of Social Security, Women and Child Development, the division is devoted to empowering girls within the state and safeguarding them from all types of violence. In line with this dedication, a workshop was organized in collaboration with UN Women and S.A.D.R.A.G at Punjab Bhawan.
The One-Stop Centre represents an important initiative within the state, providing help and free companies to girls affected by gender-based violence. The division has developed the One-Stop Centre as a mannequin throughout the state, selling collaboration with girls.
During the workshop, Mrs. Madhvi Kataria, Director of the Social Security, Women, and Child Development Department, highlighted that UN Women has demonstrated robust dedication in coaching staff, operators of one-stop centres, and associated service suppliers in 22 districts of Punjab over the previous yr. A complete of 565 officers have acquired coaching.
Mrs. Kanta Singh, Deputy Country Representative at UN Women India Country Office emphasised that addressing carring the wants of girls survivors of violence is not only an ethical crucial but additionally a testomony to our dedication to justice, equality and the well-being of our society.
Officials from the Social Security, Women and Child Development Department in addition to heads of One-Stop Centres had been in attendance at this occasion.