Children who are desperate to get educated and attain a respectable responsible position in society strong.
There are many reasons for Juvenile delinquency, such are
- broken family – A teen adopts moral and ethical values from his parents and other family members. It goes without saying that family plays a vital role in shaping a teen’s behavior and grooming his/her personality. However, teens become violent or show signs of juvenile delinquency only when they’re facing disturbance at home. Broken or disturbed families with bad relations can cause teens to go awry and become vicious. Parents are often busy working, hence they’re not able to spend precious time with their children. This causes teens to seek attention from others, especially their peers.
- lack of communication – When they are not having any communication with their parents or family members at home, they may lose unity, trust, and understanding, which can eventually lower their self-esteem or self-confidence. Once they feel they’re losing their individuality, they tend to do things they shouldn’t do to boost their self-confidence. They blindly follow their peers and adopt their unhealthy lifestyles. They shoplift and consume drugs
to look cool in the eyes of their peers. Once they lose their communication with their parents then he/she started to hide the things from parents because they are too busy to earn money or other things. It leads to them to take drugs and makes them to an addict for some things which tend to be cruel.
- lack of finance – Young or adult, may lead to a wrong path to improve their financial conditions. Teens become juvenile delinquents due to lack of finances. When they experience poor economic conditions, they start engaging in the wrong activities. They may start selling drugs or steal things to improve their economic conditions, or doing some undesirable activities. This issue is not a breeze, Being one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, poverty has been on a decline with close to 44 Indians escaping extreme poverty every minute, as per the World Poverty Clock. More than 800 million people in India are considered poor. Poverty in India impacts children, families and individuals in a variety of different ways through:
- High infant mortality
- Child labour
- Lack of education
- Child marriage
- HIV / AIDS
- lack of social and moral training – It is the parent’s duty to teach moral and ethical values to their children. They should teach them the difference between right and wrong behavior. They may become selfish and arrogant. Parents often neglect their children and pay more focus on working hard to earn money for them. However, while doing so, they forget the importance of spending quality time with their children. In their absence, children tend to spend time with someone who pays attention to them.
We scrutinize such deserving needy students and fund them under SeedReaps providing them with the following essentials.
- Identify and prioritize the needy’s / victim’s psychological problems like fear, anxiety, nervousness, self-blame, anger, shame, dangers, and provide their needs.
- Give Effective Referrals and educate them on how to communicate effectively with society.
- Help victims to brainstorm and build effective support.