Training and consultation on the prevention of CSA to professionals and community organizations help people to understand the dynamics of CSA, notice signs, how to handle disclosures and who to report to. With awareness comes the need to be involved in implementing CSA prevention programmes and pilot projects, to adopt the child protection policy, or to respond effectively to the impact of trauma, helping them assess in a holistic manner the mental, emotional, physiological and community impact of CSA.
This programme helps build children's self-esteem so that they will use the information and skills taught to them to protect themselves from all forms of abuse including bullying. Personal safety also equips adults with their responsibility to protect children. Personal safety teaches appropriate touching and respectful relationships by confronting the fact of abuse, as well as teaching positive touching and feelings. Personal safety teaches children their rights to feel safe all the time by giving them assertive skills to escape potentially dangerous situations and to keep seeking help from their support systems.
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