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Project Against Child Abuse English Version2

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  • 1. Project Theme: Child Abuse
  • 2. Overview
    • What is Child Abuse? – A Definition
    • India – Facts
    • Focus: Kerala – Problems
    • Case Studies
    • Objectives and Implementation of Project
  • 3. Definition: What is Child Abuse?
    • Emotional Abuse
    • Physical Abuse
    • Sexual Abuse
    • Child Neglect
  • 4. Emotional Abuse
    • Emotional abuse refers to the persistent emotional ill-treatment of a child, thus causing severe and persistent adverse effects on the child’s emotional development
  • 5. Emotional Abuse Adult to child: „you are dumb, you will never achieve something in your life“ Father to son: „you must always get 1st rank, it is my desire to make you a doctor“
  • 6. Physical Abuse
    • Physical abuse implies a deliberate physical injury or the wilful or neglectful failure to prevent physical injury or suffering
  • 7. Physical Abuse Slapping, kicking, beating or shaking children Punishment at schools
  • 8. Sexual Abuse
    • Sexual abuse means forcing or enticing a child to take part in sexual activities whether or not the child is aware of what is happening
    • (incl. exhibiting before a child, exposing a child to pornograpic materials, photographing a child in nude, forcible kissing, sodomy, forcing a child to exhibit his/her private body parts etc.)
  • 9. Sexual Abuse
  • 10. Child Neglect
    • Neglect can be defined as the persistent failure to meet a child’s physical and/ or psychological needs, likely to result in significant harm to a child’s health and development
  • 11. Child Neglect Child: „please give me love“ Child: „please give me care and affection“
  • 12. India – Facts Theme: Child Abuse
  • 13. India - Facts
    • 440 million children live in India (aged below 18 years)
    • constitute 42 % of India's total population
    • one-third of them live in conditions of abject poverty and neglect
  • 14. India - Facts
    • 50,000 children were found to be missing in 2006
    • India has the world’s largest number of sexually abused children
    • with a child below 16 raped every 155th minute
  • 15. Study on „Child Abuse“
    • By “ Ministry of Women and Child Development” and the “Govt. of India” in 2007
    • It covered 13 states with a sample size of 12447 children, 2324 young adults and 2449 stakeholders
    • Looked at different forms of child abuse, as physical, sexual, emotional abuse and Girl Child Neglect
    • In 5 different evidence groups: a) children in a family environment; b) children in school c) children at work d) children on the street, e) children in institutions
  • 16. Major Findings of the Study
    • Physical Abuse:
    • 69% children physically abused in 13 sample states
    • 54.68% were boys
    • Over 50% children being subjected to one or the other   form of physical abuse
    • 88.6% were physically abused by parents
    • 65% of school going children reported facing corporal punishment
    most at risk of abuse and exploitation are young children in the 5-12 year group
  • 17. Major Findings of the Study
    • Sexual Abuse:
    • 53.22% children reported having faced one or more forms of sexual abuse
    • 50% abuses are persons known to the child or in a position of trust and responsibility
  • 18. Major Findings of the Study
    • Emotional Abuse:
    • Every second child reported facing emotional abuse
    • Equal percentage of both girls and boys
    • In 83% of the cases parents were the abusers
  • 19. Kerala – Facts Theme: Child Abuse
  • 20. Kerala – Facts
    • Progressive: advancement in education and health care
    • BUT ahead in the case of increasing instances of sexual violence, especially against children
    •  Kerala ranks third in this issue
    • 1 in 5 children are sexually abused in Kerala
    • 56.10% of children in Kerala were physically abused in one or more situations
  • 21. Suicide Rates in Kerala
    • highest suicide rates in India
    • 21 suicides per day, every 15 min 1 is trying to commit suicide (WHO data)
    • girls in age group between 15-22 commit more suicid e
    • Kerala is in first place concerning alcoholism, mental diseases, women abuse, financial/ family ruin etc.
  • 22. Problems in Kerala
    • Emotional Neglect of Children
    • Focus on economic contentment
    • Grandparents or other persons take care of children
    • Consequence:
    • Lack of intimacy in parent-child-relationship
    • Lack of intimacy, affection, trust, understanding
    • Children/ youth can not communicate problems to someone
  • 23. Problems in Kerala
    • Children/ Adolescents often find temporary relief through escapist strategies:
    • Drugs, alcohol, pornographic films etc.
    • turn to their peer group or other people who „allegedly“ provide care, affection and understanding
  • 24. Problems in Kerala
    • Due to lack of sex education:
    •  First contact to “sexuality” through pornographic movies
    •  wrong idea of sexuality and relationship to the opposite sex (influenced by pornography)
  • 25. Case Studies - Kerala Theme: Child Abuse
  • 26. 1. Case: Abuse and Blackmail
    • three girls committed suicide
    • because their co-students took nude pictures and videos of them with mobile phones and blackmailed them
  • 27. 2. Case: Sexual Abuse
    • 14-year old „Raji“ died of AIDS
    • Infected due to sexual abuse
    • Relative abused girl regularly in house in Thiruvalla and presented her to other men
    • Relative handed the girl to other „sex-rackets“
    • Wittness said that girl was abused by 4 men at the same time
  • 28. 3. Case: Physical Abuse
    • 11-year old „Abhiram“ beaten and enchained on the house gate
    • food was denied to him, neighbours often gave him food
    • Adoptive mother cut between the fingers of child with a knife
    • Neighbours reported police
  • 29.  
  • 30.  
  • 31. Objectives and Implementation Theme: Child Abuse
  • 32. Target Group
    • Children and Adolescents (till 21 years)
    • Parents
    • Teachers
    • Social Environment/ Neighbouring Community
  • 33. Objectives
    • Awareness Generation
    • Knowledge, Advice and Guidance for Children, Teachers, Parents and Neighbouring Community
    • Sex Education
    • Recognizing Indicators of Child Abuse
  • 34. Specific Objectives
    • For Parents &Teachers:
    • Awareness generation
    • Provide knowledge and information
    • How to care for mental and emotional health of children
    • Psycho-social development of children
    • Recognizing physical and behavioural signs
    • Child centred work
    • For Children:
    • Provide knowledge and information
    • Sex education
    • knowledge about different forms of abuse
    • Knowledge about basic children rights
    • Facilities of aid
    • „ children‘s body“ at schools
  • 35. Activities
    • Information-Education-Material for NGOs
    • Training of Trainers (TOT)
    • Workshops other Activities at Schools
    • Competitions : Essay, Collages, short play etc.
    • Computation for Teachers, Parents and Neigbouring Community
  • 36. 30.000 Rs. (460 €) July CEVA / NGOs Distribution of Flex 6. Januar August/ September August end June June/ July Timeline 700.000 Rs. (10.800€) etc. Ins. 50.000 Rs. (770 €) / 20.000 Rs. (300 €) CEVA Award to best NGO / Prize distribution 5. per 40.000 Rs. (616 €) NROs/ CEVA Computation for teachers, parents, neighbours 4. per 50.000 Rs. / 75.000 Rs.) (770 €/ 1.200 €) regional NGOs Competitions (Collage, Essay, short play etc.) 3. 24.000 Rs. (370 €) CEVA TOT (Training of Trainers) 2. 200.000 Rs. (3.100 €) NGOs/ CEVA Information-Education-Material 1. Budget In charge Activity No.
  • 37. Thank You Very Much for Your Attention and DONATION!!!