Young Indians Raipur Chapter organizes session on project ‘Masoom’

Campaign against Child Sexual Abuse at Aashayain School

Young Indians Raipur Chapter organizes session on project ‘Masoom’

Young Indians Raipur Chapter organized A Session on Project Masoom – Campaign against Child Sexual Abuse at Aashayain School, Raipur. Aashayain is a school for mentally challenged Children run by Shruti Agrawal who has the objective of educating and taking care of children who are mentally imbalanced in their life. Young Indians Raipur Chapter’s Project Masoom in accordance to the main objective that is to create awareness on child sexual abuse and also about the various forms of abuse which children go under like physical, mental & visual, Aashayain School had this session arranged for them. Child sexual abuse can have many devastating effects on children. Their traumatic experience gives them a distorted sense of values and a negative outlook towards people and life in general. They may have low self esteem, feel inadequate and mistrust others. These children are highly vulnerable to substance abuse, physical violence, STD’s, HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies.

Sheen Agrawal, Chair Project Masoom said that as we are aware, Child Sexual Abuse is a fast growing issue where our children are not aware of how to protect themselves from such dangers. This is where Young Indians Raipur Chapter ensures by creating an awareness amongst the children about Child Sexual Abuse and how they can be protective enough to protect themselves and especially for children who are Mentally imbalanced in their lives, it becomes very important for youth like us to educate and motivate them about all the unseen practices which can happen to anyone. We all know that parents face a communication gap when having to talk to their own children on Child Sexual Abuse (CSA). There are also mistaken apprehensions in minds of many parents that any awareness on CSA is “Sex” education.

Jugal Madnani, Chair Young Indians Raipur Chapter said that with awareness and prevention as top priorities, Young Indians Raipur Chapter under the vertical “Project Masoom” is putting its continuous efforts to cover more and more number of children by educating them about the truth of Child Sexual Abuse and the ill effects which it has on children and how they can be strong enough to come up and tell people what they went through. The goal is to take the Masoom film to children in classes 2nd to 6th in schools across Raipur.

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