Child Abuse

Illtreatment to a child which accounts to any non-accidental behaviour by parents, caretakers or other adults that is not quite normal leaves a substantial risk of causing physical or emotional harm to a child. Such behaviours can include acts of omission (i.e., neglect) and commission (i.e., abuse). The emotional harm though mainly cause long lasting effects affects the individual throughout life, damaging his ability to have healthy relationships, and ability to function at normally at every stage of his life.

• Physical Abuse

• Emotional Abuse

• Sexual Abuse

• Exposure to Family violence

• Child Trafficking

• Bullying and Aggresion

• Child Rights

• Child Welfare


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