Feb 25, 2020

Report on Child Sexual Abuse 2019-2020

Report of CSA

Organization:- Sahyog Care For You and its Partner NGOs,           Duration- 1 July 2019-20 Feb 2020          

 

Child Sexual Abuse

Child Sexual Abuse is serious social evil in our society which affects children life negatively and for long term. ‘Sahyog care for you’ has been worked on this issuefrom long time in Delhi and other states. Through our session, we aim to make individuals aware about Child Sexual Abuse and provide them with tricks and methods to save one-self from being abused. Our sessions about this topic is extremely detailed and at the same time open which allows the children to freely share their thoughts and emotions. Most of the times, these children come up to us after the session to tell us about themselves as a survivor. We try to provide them with utmost care and support. We provide them sources, Sahyog Helpline Number, Child line Number, to inform about any such activity and help themselves.

Location

No. of Schools/Community/Organization

No. of Children

No. of Teachers

No. of Parents/ Community members

1

Sahyog Care For You

North-West MCD Schools

51

9642

272

 

2

‘Sahyog Care For You’ with DCPCR

North MCD Schools

41

3203

82

 

3

“Sahyog Care for You”

GSKV, Shiv Ram Park, Delhi

1

130

5

 

4

Sahyog Care For You

West Delhi

31

 

 

1118

5

Sahyog Care For You

Delhi

2

 

32

 

6

Sahyog Care For You

Remedial Centers, Delhi

9

605

 

 

7

Sahyog Care For You

Remedial Centers, Delhi

4

 

 

110

8

PRDTI

UP

40

2654

115

 

9

RUDYA

Maharashtra

36

2834

112

56

10

VISION

Telangana

35

11555

354

367

11

PSS

Oddisha

2

95

8

 

 

 

Total

252

30718

980

3302

 

In the session (2019-2020), Sahyog care has reached out to 35252 beneficiaries through our more than 350 sessions. There were 30718 children, 980 teachers, and 3302 parents were directly got benefited through these sessions.

After the sessions we had also conducted individual counseling with selected children as well as their parents. Our team also reported five cases of child protection and their rights to DCPCR, DCPU, CWC and concerned police station. In which, there are three cases of POCSO, one case of Child Marriage, One case of child safety.

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Nov 25, 2019

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE-PREPAREDNESS

Would like to share the static of our sessions and achievements in the year 2019:

 

In the year 2018-19, the Organization Sahyog Care had  conducted counseling session with the children in different MCD and government schools . We have also conducted session with Teachers and Principals in MCD Schools in South Zone to help in reducing the occurrence of child sexual abuse or heal its psychological, social, sexual and physical consequences. Started with the vision to see world free from child sexual abuse, the project aims at conducting workshops (ToT) with the Teachers and Principals so that they can understand the importance/sensitivity of issue and can handle the situation at their end and to empower them with prevention and intervention skills in order to reduce the cases of child sexual abuse. We are conducting these sessions in between April 2019 to Feb 2020.

 

 

 

Topic of Sessions /  Activities

No. of Schools

No. of Sessions

Total Beneficiaries

CSA (Child Sexual Abuse)

 

 

 

59

 

 

 

            204

 

 

 

Children—12248

Teachers—302

Parents –65

 

               

It is extremely commendable  effort  from NDMC to think about the protection of child through awareness sessions and preparedness session on Child sexual abuse.

Thinking on the  same lines Sahyog plans to work with key stakeholders in the same project, that is the children studying currently in the  school, teachers ,principals and parents.Sahyog take up the issue of Child Sexual Abuse specifically.

CSA

Rationale of the project;

It is  a fact that Childhood is the best part of one’s life, hence we need to nurture our children with care and affection. We need to join hands and make conscious efforts to stop children being abused. The gravity and very loud silence of the situation demands that the issue of child abuse be placed on the topmost in our agenda.

Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a universal problem with grave repercussions. Five years ago Sahyog embarked on its journey to respond to the issue. It was a path less tread upon, and consequently a more Challenging route. It was a world defined by the language of silence, a silence which speaks and a silence, to which, we at Sahyog try to give a strong voice. Sahyog Care an organization whose mission is to prevent the occurrence of child sexual abuse and heal those who have been affected by it.

 

Sahyog synergises with the aims of NDMC which also talks on breaking the silence  on CSA and hearing the voices in an empathetic manner. It hence becomes imperative to generate awareness and address the issue of CSA amongst children and other stakeholders.

 

LOG FRAME

Goal- Hearing the silence on Child Sexual Abuse & addressing the issue proactively

 

ACTIVITIES

TIMELINE

VERIFIABLE INDICATORS

SAHYOG’S

CONTRIBUTION

EXPECTATION FROM NDMC

2 general awareness workshops on CSA in the selected schools on Good &Bad touch

 

2 days per school

Workshops conducted successfully.Appreciation letter from Principal

Counselors, staff & conveyance

 

IEC material through posters ,banners and snakes & ladders

None

 

 

 

Communication with Principals and  teachers from each section . selected to ensure the continuity of the project .

 

 

 

 

 Recap and Training/Counselling    .

 

 

 

Questionnaire generated by Sahyog filled up after the session.

Staff, counselors &conveyance of Sahyog

 

 Sahyog care for you interacted with children and  silent complains from CSA victims.

 

 

 

 

 

Staff, counselors &conveyance

 

Reporting by Principal and teachers  to Sahyog

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTCOMES FROM THE PROJECT

 

  • A model of psychotherapeutic intervention that SAHYOG CARE & NDMC has worked on, can be replicated and implemented in other institutions that work with young people healing from trauma.
  • Abused children  identified ,progressing & healing and moving towards self-actualization.

 

  • “Hearing the silence”  -Complaints from Victims  taken   by Sahyog .

 

  • Parents and caregivers  are aware enough to take the time to learn about sexual abuse and its warning signs.

 

  • Children can easily know about the safe touch and unsafe touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 18, 2019

Women literacy center

Women Literacy Centre:

Sahyog Care for You is running women literacy classess at different locations in Delhi and Rajasthan with the aim to educate them so that  they are able to read and write. We also spread awareness and cognizance to the women of our society on different social issue which are essential to address. Regular field visits were done by the coordinator of the Sahyog Care for You. Community Visit were also done by the Coordinator of the Sahyog Care team whenever and where ever needed.

 

On 10th of October an awareness generation meeting was organized at two Women Literacy Centers on the importance of Breastfeeding.

 

Monthly meeting was conducted with the Incharge of Women Literacy Centre at HO of Sahyog Care. A detailed discussion was held on various issues related to the running of the centre. Also distributed them Diwali Gift and gave Diwali Wishes to them with the slogan of “Happy and Safe Diwali”. Diwali was Celebration at different WLC Centers.

 

An awareness generation meeting was organized at two Women Literacy Centers on 30th of October on the importance of Education in which more than 60 women and children participated .

 

An awareness generation activity was carried out on 31st of October 2019 at WLC in Udhyog Nagar Peeragarhi on the issue of Menstruation/ Personal Hygiene/women health in which more than 20 women participated.

 
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