National Portal on Track Childfor “Missing & VulnerableChildren -Ms Swedesenuo Natso SA, NIC Nagal...
Objectives:• To ensure proper care and overall development of the children of the Child Care Institutes(CCI’s).• To set u...
ICPS & Child Tracking System• Mechanism of data sharing• Real time tracking of every child in distress• Database of ...
Features of Child Tracking System• Profiling of Children of CCIs• Electronic filing of outcomes of “Counselling Sessions•...
Convergence of Services for Children..1
Convergence of Services for Children..2
Convergence of Services for Children..3
Convergence of Services for Children..4
Convergence of Services for Children..5
Implementation Strategy• Formation of Central Project Team and declaration of “Mission Leader”• Formation of State Projec...
Stakeholders - Central Level• Ministry of Women & Child Development• National Council for protection of Child Rights• ...
Stakeholders - State Level• Department of Women & Child Development/Social Welfare• State Child Protection Society• Crimi...
Stakeholders - District Level• District Child Protection Society• Child Care Institutions• Child Welfare Committee• ...
Stakeholders - Block Level• Block Development Officer• Block Child Protection Society• Panchayat Samiti Pradhan
Stakeholders - Village Level• Village Child Protection Society• Village Pradhan
eServices – Facilities for PolicePersonnel • Reporting of “Missing & Recovered Person (of all age groups)” cases online ...
eServices – Facilities for WCD/SocialWelfare for CCIs, CWCs, JJBs etc• Maintaining eFiles for every CCI Child• Maintaining...
Major Challenges• Ensuring 100% reporting of cases• Capturing details of cases into a central data repository• Matching o...
Steps to be taken to meet theChallenges• Process re-engineering simplify reporting procedure• Government order for capturi...
Key Success Factors• 100% reporting of Cases• Data capturing at Primary Source and timely updation• Creation of Infrastru...
FUTURE ROADMAP• Matching Technology• Multi –Sectoral implementation• Investigations/Counselling Sessions & Follow- ups• I...
Workflow for “Children TrackingSystem” – The SAFETY NET Police Stations (Level 2) CPSU...
Homepage of “TrackChild 1.0”http://trackthemissingchild.gov.in/trackchild/
Impact of ICT Interventions• Recording of more than 30,000 cases of “Missing Children” during the last three years• Repor...
Technical Issues• Infrastructure• Solution Architecture• Bandthwith• Training
National Rollout• Easily scalable to all 15,000 Police Stations and all JJ Homes (Govt. & Non-Govt) and ICPS bodies• Inte...
Thank You
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National portal on track child by NIC

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  • 1. National Portal on Track Childfor “Missing & VulnerableChildren -Ms Swedesenuo Natso SA, NIC Nagaland State Centre Kohima Nagaland swede@nic.in
  • 2. Objectives:• To ensure proper care and overall development of the children of the Child Care Institutes(CCI’s).• To set up a framework for participating organizations involved in the process• To ensure ultimate repatriation and rehabilitation of the missing children
  • 3. ICPS & Child Tracking System• Mechanism of data sharing• Real time tracking of every child in distress• Database of all children of 0-18 Age group• Framework of operations• Software to update the CCIs’ profiles and progress of overall development of Children as per forms>> I-Infrastructure, J –Basic Profile of Child, XX-Detailed profile of child and XXI- Individual Child Care Plan
  • 4. Features of Child Tracking System• Profiling of Children of CCIs• Electronic filing of outcomes of “Counselling Sessions• Screening of children with special needs• Status tracking through automation of (Child Welfare Committee) CWCs / (Juvenile Justice Board) JJBs• Child Health status tracking• Educational Competency Tracking• Vocational Needs• Integration of Child Adoption process
  • 5. Convergence of Services for Children..1
  • 6. Convergence of Services for Children..2
  • 7. Convergence of Services for Children..3
  • 8. Convergence of Services for Children..4
  • 9. Convergence of Services for Children..5
  • 10. Implementation Strategy• Formation of Central Project Team and declaration of “Mission Leader”• Formation of State Project Teams• Requirement analysis and customisation as per specifications worked out (if any) in consultation with the State Project team• Roll Out Strategy for all states and UTs
  • 11. Stakeholders - Central Level• Ministry of Women & Child Development• National Council for protection of Child Rights• Central Project Support Unit• Ministry of Home Affairs• National Crime Record Bureau• Central Bureau of Investigation• Ministry of Panchayati Raj• Ministry of Surface Transport• Ministry of Labour• Ministry of Railways• Ministry of Health
  • 12. Stakeholders - State Level• Department of Women & Child Development/Social Welfare• State Child Protection Society• Criminal Investigation Department• State Crime Record Bureau• Department of Panchayat and Rural Development
  • 13. Stakeholders - District Level• District Child Protection Society• Child Care Institutions• Child Welfare Committee• Juvenile Justice Board• District Administration (DCs/SPs/ZPs)
  • 14. Stakeholders - Block Level• Block Development Officer• Block Child Protection Society• Panchayat Samiti Pradhan
  • 15. Stakeholders - Village Level• Village Child Protection Society• Village Pradhan
  • 16. eServices – Facilities for PolicePersonnel • Reporting of “Missing & Recovered Person (of all age groups)” cases online as per Forms M – Missing and R-Recovered • Receiving of “e-Alerts” from Citizens and other Stakeholders • e-Alerts to other Stakeholders • Searching & matching of “Missing & recovered” Persons • Using Online MIS queries & reports for various important decisions and proactive actions to be taken
  • 17. eServices – Facilities for WCD/SocialWelfare for CCIs, CWCs, JJBs etc• Maintaining eFiles for every CCI Child• Maintaining and monitoring of “Individual Child Care Plans” for every CCI child• Tracking of every CCI Child in terms of actions to be taken, timelines thereon, generation of e- Alerts to the officials concerned and follow ups• Matching of “Recovered” children with “Missing” ones online for early repatriation
  • 18. Major Challenges• Ensuring 100% reporting of cases• Capturing details of cases into a central data repository• Matching of “Missing” and “Recovered” Children/Persons• Computer Literacy
  • 19. Steps to be taken to meet theChallenges• Process re-engineering simplify reporting procedure• Government order for capturing details of missing/found cases in a “definite timeframe”• Use of physical identity features like special marks• Provision to capture multiple identification marks and features• Training and handholding through ICT Campaigns• Capturing of Counselling Information to make complete Case History
  • 20. Key Success Factors• 100% reporting of Cases• Data capturing at Primary Source and timely updation• Creation of Infrastructure for stakeholders• Govt order to ensure use of the system by stakeholders• Sensitization of every stakeholder and citizen on the usage of ‘TrackChild’
  • 21. FUTURE ROADMAP• Matching Technology• Multi –Sectoral implementation• Investigations/Counselling Sessions & Follow- ups• Integration with other sector and similar databases
  • 22. Workflow for “Children TrackingSystem” – The SAFETY NET Police Stations (Level 2) CPSU, NCRB, SCPS, DB of MissingCCIs SCRB, DCPS, ChildrenChild Welfare Committees DCRB,JJBs CID (Level 3) (Level 2) Authenticates &Citizens Updates DatabaseAnganwadi /PRI Members DB of RecoveredHospitals ChildrenRailway StationsChild Lines & NGOs (Level 1) Privileges : Level 1: View, Search, Inform Level 2: Entry, View, Update, Dashboard Alert, Search Level 3: User, Management, Data Authentication, View, Search
  • 23. Homepage of “TrackChild 1.0”http://trackthemissingchild.gov.in/trackchild/
  • 24. Impact of ICT Interventions• Recording of more than 30,000 cases of “Missing Children” during the last three years• Reporting of “Missing Children” increased 30 times due to ICT interventions at various level (500-15,000 yearly)• More recovery and re-integration has started happening• Monitoring mechanism becomes more effective• Police Order issued to make reporting mandatory for all Missing/Recovery cases• An effective Planning & Decision Making tool• SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) is being extended to record “Investigation” of all “Missing” cases
  • 25. Technical Issues• Infrastructure• Solution Architecture• Bandthwith• Training
  • 26. National Rollout• Easily scalable to all 15,000 Police Stations and all JJ Homes (Govt. & Non-Govt) and ICPS bodies• Integration of other stakeholders like NGOs, Citizens to effectively collaborate with major stakeholders possible• Use of CSCs for effective delivery of services at the grassroot level• Integration of “Aadhar”• Integration of Citizens’ database• Integration with students database (School going children) to find a possible matching against a “Recovered” child• Technological exploration of automatic matching of photographs• Continuous capacity building for all stakeholders
  • 27. Thank You

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