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ISPCAN The International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

Org #54031
Vetted since 2018
1977
year founded
$6,995
raised on GlobalGiving
8
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

ISPCAN: Every year 500 million to 1.5 billion children around the world are affected by some form of violence. Child abuse, neglect and other forms of violence have a lifelong impact on children's physical, emotional and social development. Beyond the harm caused to children, they also undermine families and communities due to the long term negative consequences on physical and mental health, education, employment, and the social environment. Millions more children remain unprotected from abuse and neglect. ISPCAN is committed to eradicating violence against children worldwide by increasing public awareness of all forms of violence against children, developing activities to prevent suc... read more

Projects (1)

Stop Violence Against Children Worldwide
India / Children
 
Project Leaders
Jane Estes
Jane Estes
Team
Pragathi Tummala, Jane Estes
Organization Information
12200 E. Iliff Avenue Suite 103
Aurora, CO 80014
United States
3038883444

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7044703172
Organization Information
12200 E. Iliff Avenue Suite 103
Aurora, CO 80014
United States
3038883444

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7044703172

Project Reports

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May 9, 2019
STOP CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING
The purpose of this ISPCAN project is to address the critical issues of Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking (CSET) and to develop areas of common interest for countries, organizations and...
Dec 18, 2018
Sex Tourism Conference in the Caribbean for ISPCAN
ISPCAN partnered with local Judges, law enforcement, pediatricians, social workers and child welfare experts to address the pressing issues of sex trafficking and sex tourism in the Caribbean...
 
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