The main objective of National Girl Child Day (24th January) is to highlight the inequalities faced by girls. To promote awareness about the rights of the girl child and the importance of education, health, and nutrition.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film LAADLI at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

1.Asansol Burdwan Seva Kendra-Chetana Community Care Centre, Purba Bardhaman, West Bengal.

2.Government Balika Grah, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

3.Shri Balai Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab.

4.Arushi Home Salaam Balak Trust, Gurugram, Haryana.

5.Bal Grih Shishu Asian Sahyogi Sanstha India, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

6.SOS Children’s Village, Puducherry.

7.Children Home of Hope, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

8.Child Haven International, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu.

9.Children’s Girls Home, Udupi, Karnataka.

10.Love Care Centre, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu.

11.Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.

12. Amcha Ghar, Bhayandar, Thane, Maharashtra.

Synopsis of film LAADLI:

12 year old Roshni is left an orphan after a cyclone. She takes shelter in a refugee home. Coming to know of her plight her childless uncle and aunt take her with them. They live in a village in the interiors of Rajasthan which practices female infanticide. Not a single girl child has been allowed to survive in the past 80 years. Roshni’s optimism and vivacity surprise the villagers, exposing their fallacy of considering the male child superior than a girl. But can a lone girl change prejudice and faulty tradition of centuries?