Help protect 1000 children from child abuse

by FIKELELA AIDS PROJECT
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Summary

By training Sunday school teachers to run a child abuse prevention programme, 1000 children learn that their body is special, how to say no, and who to turn to if they feel uncomfortable. Jerry the Giraffe is invited to visit the group for ten sessions, and through teaching fun songs and activities and using bible stories, the children learn to protect themselves.
$2,000
total goal
$884
remaining
26
donors
0
monthly donors
4
years active

Challenge

South Africa has very high levels of child abuse, one of the highest of any country not at war. Most cases of child abuse are from someone known to the child.

Solution

This programme seeks to use the safe space created in a Sunday School class to teach ten sessions. Starting with the fact that God made us and our bodies are special, the course then looks at feelings, 'private parts' and how to say no. The children also learn how to identify a safe person to tell if they feel uncomfortable and about good and bad secrets. The Sunday school teachers also learn about child abuse, and have a referral system they can send potential cases to.

Long-Term Impact

This programme will assist 1000 children to learn the skills they need to help protect them from child abuse by a person they know.

Resources

http:/​/​www.fikelela.org.za
Fikelela AIDS Project

Organization Information

FIKELELA AIDS PROJECT

Location: cape town, western cape - South Africa
Website: http:/​/​www.fikelela.org.za
Project Leader:
rachel mash
Cape Town, Select South Africa
$1,116 raised of $2,000 goal
 
27 donations
$884 to go
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