Educate 3000 children against societal risks

by Alliance Anti Trafic
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Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
Educate 3000 children against societal risks
May 23, 2019

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Orphan center of Vung Tau
Orphan center of Vung Tau

Hello.

Nice to share with you again about our last progresses of this program. During the second year quarter, we trained 5 French social workers student, in practical training and application in the field for a French NGO. These students have the mission to train children in state orphan centers about risks of sexual abuse, exploitation and human trafficking. Reproductive health and other prevention tips are also provided. The first training with children in Vung Tau orphan center where applied with the french social workers and AAT staff. (See the joined pictures)

Today, our prevention program is one of the most advanced in Vietnam and those that reaching the longest experience since its beginning in 2008. However, our challenge is to continually develop it, to make the best prevention education program as possible. We studied for the addition of more useful information for self-protection, such as the approach taken by recruiters through social media (very young children play a lot with connected phones to often watch video clips.) and sexual harasement (86% of Vietnamese teenagers and women are victims of sexual harasement. Teenagers are more often victims during public bus transportation to school).

Another interesting news: Recently, The VN newspapers reported that in Ho Chi Minh City, education services will educate children at schools about risks of sexual abuse. If this is the case, it is a good start for the protection of Vietnamese children.

Thanks to the support of GlobalGiving and of the French Embassy in Vietnam, new training session will starts in September in Thua Thien Hue Province for about 4000 children and parents. Now, the children finished their last examination and will enter in summer holydays soon.

Best regards

Children, Vung Tau Orphan Center
Children, Vung Tau Orphan Center
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