Shiva HariTimalsina, aged 14 is member of Child Club Member of Bethan Chok Rural Municipality (Dhunkharka VDC – wa no 6). His father has two wives and 7 children (4 Daughters and 3 Sons) and lives with his step mother separately. Belonging to one of the poor family, he has not been getting any support from his father while his mother has been working hard to sustain their life. He participated in interactive session organized by Jagaran Nepal and came to know about child labor and human trafficking. He shared the information with his mother about the child rights and negative impacts of trafficking. After being aware about rights of children and risk of trafficking through the interactive sessions, his mother contacted her daughter, Radhika ( 12 years old) who had been working for one of the businessman of Kathmandu since 4years. His mother came to know that Radhika was not allowed to go to school and continue her education. She was responsible for all the household works and child care.
Shiva called back his sister from Kathmandu and admitted Radhika in government school .Radhika is continuing her education and is studying at class 5. Now, Radhika and her family is happy. Radhika mentioned that she wants to continue her education and doesn’t want to go back to work in city life. She thanked Jagaran Nepal for launching such a wonderful project which brought happiness in her life.