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Don Bosco Navajeevan Hyderabad completes 15 years of Glorious Service

By BIS correspondent
Dance of College boys from DBNJ Bhoiguda home
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Hyderabad, Jan. 23. DON BOSCO NAVAJEEVAN organized Children's Mela on 22nd January 2014 at Nampally to celebrate 15 years of its service (1999-2014). The theme of the Mela was \\''PROTECT CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL ABUSE\\''. All the children from DBNJ Homes from the Twin Cities took part in the Mela along with local well-wishers and donors. The Mela was organized at DBNJ, Nampally area of GHMC Sports Complex Ground, to create awareness for the public and to present them the services provided by DBNJ homes for the street children and working youth.
The programme began with a prayer song and Lighting of lamp by the invited guests. The Chief Guest of the function was Mrs. Zahera Begum, Corporator, GHMC. Mohammed Moin, President, MIM Red Hills Division area sabha member GHMC, Jaffer Sub-Inspector of Police, Nampally, and Mr Saritha, Project Coordinator, CFCA were other Guests of Honour.

The Chief Guest while addressing the children appreciated the work of DBNJ in twin-cities for the welfare of the Street children for past 15 years. She encouraged all the boys to be good and responsible students of DBNJ. She thanked for the invitation and assured us help and cooperation for the welfare and well-being of children.

The Guest of Honour Ms. Saritha, Project coordinator, CFCA, Hyderabad, also encouraged boys to set goals for their life to achieve their dreams with confidence and with positive thinking.

During the progamme three of the regular benefactors of DBNJ home, Nampally, namely, Mr. Inna Reddy, Mr. Alex Reddy and Mr. Joy were also honoured. The Director of DBNJ Fr. Sudhakar SDB thanked all the well-wishers, benefactors, donors and friends of DBNJ homes for their support and cooperation. In his speech he enumerated the mile stones that DBNJ homes covered in last 15 years. He called upon everyone to pledge themselves to protect children from all sorts' evils, especially by protecting them sexual abuse.

The colourful programme made up of Dances, Skits, Message Progammes and Mimicry by children from all the three centres was remarkable and thought provoking. A skit performed on the theme 'Child Labour' was the highlight of the programme.

Master Madhu, student learning DTP and Printing and also preparing to write Class 10 public exams as private student, shared his experience and affinity with DON BOSCO NAVAJEEVAN and the facilities provided to the students at DBNJ homes. He found the personal follow up received from the management and staff truly praiseworthy. He called upon his friends and companions to be grateful to DBNJ for their constant guidance, encouragement and support.

Vote of thanks was proposed by Fr. Ignatius, In-charge of the Education of the students. He thanked all the guests and donors who blessed the children with their presence.

The Director personally met and thanked each and every staff member for their hard work and dedication for the success of the event.
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