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It takes Assam to end child sexual abuse and exploitation 

World Vision India launches a Campaign that aims to End Child Sexual Abuse by 2021 in Assam

February 9, Guwahati: World Vision India (WVI), a humanitarian organization working for child protection, launched its national campaign to end child sexual abuse and exploitation by 2021, in Guwahati today. The launch included a panel discussion on ‘Ending Children Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in India’ and raised concerns on issues of child protection and the need to address them collectively.

The magnitude of sexual violence against children is unknown. To address the issue and to break the silence around child abuse and exploitation World Vision India has created a holistic campaign that is expected to impact 10 million children (0 – 18 years). Speaking about the campaign, Mukul Borah, Senior Manager, World Vision India said, “We believe that violence against children is a violation of basic human and child rights. Child sexual abuse affects their survival, health and education. We aim to cover 200 districts and 7000 urban, semi-urban and rural communities to create a safe environment for children through this campaign. We look forward to engage with people from all walks of life towards ensuring a violence free environment for our children.”

The campaign will encourage the public to address values and attitudes, which condone sexual abuse and exploitation of children. World Vision India will also train parents on child protection, parenting and care at household level and within the community, facilitate school safety program, conduct comprehensive school safety measures for children, establish child protection policies and improve complaint mechanisms in schools. Sexual harassment awareness sessions will also be conducted at the anganwadi centres for adolescent girls.

The campaign will also focus on strengthening existing child protection programs through multi-stakeholder engagement efforts that will include working with the Integrated Child Protection Scheme and child protection units to strengthen the reporting, referral mechanisms and support programs for child protection incidents, organizing inter-agency child protection review to ensure co-operation and accountability, sensitize and train police, teachers, doctors, Auxiliary nurse midwife, lawyers, etc. to be sensitive with children and their families when faced with a case. Additionally, it will work to strengthen coalitions of community, faith-based and civil society organizations to advocate for the protection of children and improve referral systems.

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