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Awareness Campaign on prevention of Child Abuse

By BIS Tiruchi
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Tiruchy, Nov. 19. Boys and girls from Don Bosco Anbu Illam and Marialaya, Coimbatore staged street plays in 33 public places in the district, including major bus stands in connection with a Week long ''campaign against Child Abuse''. The campaign was inaugurated by the Coimbatore district Collector Archana Patnaik at the Coimbatore railway station on 14 November.
Banners were put up in 40 different locations, informing children and the public at large about child abuse and prevention of abuse of children in any form.

Drawing and essay competitions were conducted in the 61 Corporation Schools to bring about awareness on this issue and to help children protect themselves against abuses.

On the 20 November nearly 1200 Self Help Group (SHG) members gathered for a mega event to carry home the ideas of protecting children from abuses. It was a joint effort by the Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Marialaya and few other likeminded NGOs and the DCPO of the district along with a few government offices.



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