Tên dự án: 
Enhancing knowledge and skills to prevent sexual abuse for pupils and local community in Khmer dominated areas in Tinh Bien district in An Giang through workshop, training and media
Thời gian thực hiện: 
15/7/2019 - 28/2/2020
Năm hoàn thành báo cáo: 
2020
Main content: 

On 15th July 2019, Mrs. Deborah Paul – Canadian Ambassador and Mr Nguyen Truc Lam – Director of An Giang Social Sciences and Humanities Research Center, An Giang University sign Contribution Agreement ““Enhancing knowledge and skills to prevent sexual abuse for pupils and local community in Khmer dominated areas in Tinh Bien district in An Giang through workshop, training and media.” Accordingly, the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) will provide CAD 31,135.70 to An Giang Social Sciences and Humanities Research Center, An Giang University to implement the Project. The Project is implemented in An Cu Commune, Tinh Bien District, An Giang Province. The main activities of the Project focus on:

  • Communicating on reproductive health and sexual abuse prevention for primary and secondary pupils, their parents, teachers, local officials and the community.
  • Communicating on the radio station of the project commune.
  • Organizing contests for pupils on their understanding of reproductive health and prevent child sexual abuse.
  • Organizing a talk show about sexual abuse prevention for secondary pupils and their parents
  • Training for students from primary and secondary school on self-protection skills; training for pupils’ parents, local officials and teachers on skills to prevent sexual abuse for children and train communication skills (CREAM) for officials and teachers in the community.
  • Linking community-based child care and protection networks to prevent child sexual abuse in the locality

At the end of the project, roughly 700 students, 200 parents, as well as 40 officials and teachers in An Cu Commune will directly benefit from the project.

The project is really meaningful for the locality where the project is implemented, contributing to the prevention and mitigation of child sexual abuse.

                                                                                                                                                    Hong Hanh