Sexual abuse can happen to children of any race, socioeconomic group, religion or culture. There is no foolproof way to protect children from sexual abuse, but there are steps you can take to reduce this risk.
As survivors, we are perhaps even more acutely aware of the need to protect our children from sexual abuse (CSA). However, our personal knowledge of the horrors of child sexual abuse does not necessarily mean that we are any better equipped to teach our children about child safety or to identify the warning signs of sexual abuse in children.

This meeting is intended to give you some ideas about how to protect your children from sexual abuse.

St. Joseph’s Convent High School has organized a meeting on the 20th of August 2015 from 8.30a.m. to 10a.m. in the big hall for the parents whose wards are studying in std. 8th, 9th and 10th.
Your presence would really make a difference.