Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse

by Elite Star Foundation
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Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse
Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse

Project Report | Aug 17, 2023
Project Outcome Report: May to July

By Francis Osisiogu | Project Leader

The Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse project, aimed at preventing and addressing child abuse in North-Central Nigeria, has made significant strides from May to July. This report highlights the progress made, challenges faced, and the overall impact of the project during this period.

The project's primary goal is to establish a child protection network across the region, equipping teachers, students, and community members with the knowledge and tools to identify and respond to child abuse. The target for this phase of the project was to assist 50 schools.

Progress and Achievements:

  1. Training Workshops: A series of training workshops were conducted for teachers, social workers, parents, and community members in the target area. These workshops focused on raising awareness about various forms of child abuse and providing practical guidance on how to recognize signs and respond effectively.

  2. Awareness Campaigns: A series of awareness campaigns were conducted in collaboration with local media outlets and community leaders. These campaigns aimed to reach a broader audience and educate the public about the importance of child protection and reporting abuse.

Challenges Faced:

  1. Limited Resources: The project encountered constraints in terms of financial resources and personnel. As a result, the scope and scale of activities were sometimes limited.

Impact and Future Outlook:

  1. Increased Awareness: The project has contributed to raising awareness about child abuse within the target area. Teachers, students, and community members are now better informed about the signs of abuse and the appropriate steps to take.

  2. Empowerment: Participants have been empowered with the necessary knowledge to intervene and support children who may be experiencing abuse. This empowerment is a crucial step towards building a protective environment for children.

  3. Long-Term Change: The project's impact extends beyond individual cases, as it lays the groundwork for sustainable change. The collaboration between schools, community members, and stakeholders forms a robust foundation for ongoing efforts against child abuse.

In conclusion, From May to July, the child-centered non-profit project has made significant progress in its mission to prevent and address child abuse in North-Central Nigeria. The dedication and commitment of all involved stakeholders are crucial for the project's continued success and its contribution to the long-term well-being of Nigerian children.

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Organization Information

Elite Star Foundation

Location: Suleja, Niger State - Nigeria
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Twitter: @ngoelitestar
Project Leader:
Francis Osisiogu
Suleja , Niger State Nigeria
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