50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse

by Fundacion Personas con Abuso Sexual de Guadalajara A.C.
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50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse
50Mexicans trained to deal with child sexual abuse

Summary

Fundacion PAS plans to offer two online courses to train free of charge 50 professionals in the areas of humanities, education, security and mental health who work in the government sector or civil organizations with vulnerable populations, in situations of poverty and / or domestic violence so that they carry out prevention and care programs for child sexual abuse in Mexico.

$18,000
total goal
$15,662
remaining
63
donors
1
monthly donor
5
months

Challenge

Mexico occupies the first place in child sexual abuse in the world. According to UNICEF (2014) in this country those cases are hardly attended by the incompetence and distrust towards the authorities, as well as the lack of accessible mechanisms by the institutions that provide support to society. This project pretends to offer training to professionals so they can provide proper attention. This alternative will result by reducing the child abuse rates.

Solution

This project aims to train women and men between 27 and 56 years old, so they can attend poverty problems, violence, inequality, drugs consumption and other factors that will ease the child sexual abuse in Mexico. It is sought that the staff of the organizations (direct beneficiaries) develop skills in prevention and attention of this topic and in an indirect way they can prevent and attend the child sexual abuse with their population.

Long-Term Impact

The project will train 50 community leaders through certificates, which will generate a prevention protocol and child sexual abuse attention so they can apply those acquired set of skills on the organization where they work. In average 22 different organizations from the Mexican Republic will be trained, so that every time there are more civil government organizations qualified to prevent, detect, channel and attend the child sexual abuse.

Resources

https:/​/​www.fundacionpas.org/​
La primer Plataforma Informativa en Latinoamerica
Programa PAS Faro y Escaner.
Programa PAS Lobo Ninas y Ninos.
Programa PAS adolescentes.

Organization Information

Fundacion Personas con Abuso Sexual de Guadalajara A.C.

Location: Guadalajara - Mexico
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @FundacionPAS
Project Leader:
Fundación PAS
Guadalajara, JAL Mexico
$2,338 raised of $18,000 goal
 
80 donations
$15,662 to go
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