The Miracle Foundation has entitled its children to 12 basic rights, inspired by 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Our work revolves around these rights and delves into the intricacies and requisites of each of these rights.
The Miracle Foundation will strive to ensure that every child receives:-
The Right to Live in a Family Environment
Every child should be able to live in a family, either with their parents or in an attachment-based, family styled environment while experiencing a sense of belonging.
The Right to a Stable, Loving and Nurturing Environment
Every child should be able to experience attachment with its caregiver through a stable, loving and nurturing family environment.
The Right to Healthcare & Nutrition
Every child will receive regular and high quality medical attention at all times. We will inculcate in them good health and hygiene habits. They will be provided with healthy, nutritious and delicious food in every meal.
The Right to Clean Water, Electrical Power, and Safe Environment
Every child will receive consistent access to clean water and electrical power in a safe environment.
The Right to a Quality Education
Every child will receive quality education appropriate to their abilities and interests, supplemental enrichment programs, and will have access to higher education and/or vocational training.
The Right to Equal Opportunities
Every child will receive the same opportunities regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, origin, economic status, religion, creed and/or handicapping condition.
The Right to Guidance from a Caring Adult
Every child will be actively supported by caring, trained, adults who will invest in the child’s success.
The Right to be Heard and Participate in Decisions that Affect Them
Every child will have the right to express their views freely in all matters affecting them. They will be encouraged to develop and express independent thought.
The Right to be Prepared for Active and Responsible Citizenship
Every child will be taught responsibility, a sense of community, and given the opportunity to give back.
The Right to be Protected from Abuse and Neglect
Every child will receive effective protection from harmful influences, abuse (physical & mental), neglect, corporal punishment and all forms of exploitation.Additionally, every child is provided opportunities to make complaints to an identifiable third party. Those caring for children are trained and given appropriate discipline techniques.
The Right to Dignity and Freedom
Every child is treated with respect and lives in adequate conditions with sufficient belongings that foster a sense of dignity and freedom.
The Right to Spiritual Development
Every child is provided opportunities to develop a religious affiliation that promotes spirituality and moral development.