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Child abuse and it's prevention

 Child abuse and it’s prevention

Any intentional harm or mistreatment to a child under 18 years old is considered child abuse. Child abuse takes many forms, which often occur at the same time.

  • Physical abuse. Physical child abuse occurs when a child is purposely physically injured or put at risk of harm by another person

  • Sexual abuse. Sexual child abuse is any sexual activity with a child, such as fondling, oral-genital contact, intercourse, exploitation or exposure to child pornography.

  • Emotional abuse. Emotional child abuse means injuring a child’s self-esteem or emotional well-being. It includes verbal and emotional assault  such as continually belittling or berating a child:

As well as isolating, ignoring or rejecting a child.

  • Medical abuse. Medical child abuse occurs when someone gives false information about illness in a child that requires medical attention, putting the child at risk of injury and unnecessary medical care.

  • Neglect. Child neglect is failure to provide adequate food, shelter, affection, supervision, education, or dental or medical care.

In many cases, child abuse is done by someone the child knows and trusts  often a parent or other relative. If you suspect child abuse, report the abuse to the proper authorities.

Self prevention techniques of sexual abuse 

India’s legal stance on child abuse and prevention

India’s Protection of Children Against Sexual Offences Act of 2012 (POCSO) and Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act have been recently strengthened in their aim of fighting child rights violation. There has also been a corresponding increase in the number of child abuse cases filed, due to awareness about legal recourse, translating to an increase in a number of convictions. In 2016, the National Crime Records Bureau also spoke about the relationship of victims and accused in rape cases.

Preventing children abuse

  1. The role of parents: Parents must educate children about sexual advances or threats and protect them from abuse through the concept of unacceptable “bad touch”. This communication must be constant, friendly, and frank, and teach children how their sexuality works so they don’t unknowingly harass others.

  1. Donate money to NGOs

NGOs like Save the Children have dedicated services fighting child sex abuse, and providing rehab to victims of abuse. It conducts pan-India programmes engaging parents, teachers, communities and even children about sexual abuse. Adolescents are involved in elaborate projects on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH).

Iii. Reporting incidents of child abuse

  1. Online system for children to report sexual abuse

The Ministry of Women and Child Development’s ‘e-box.’ Is an online reporting system children enabling children to report incidents of inappropriate touching and molestation, anonymously if they choose. These reports are received by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.

  1. Report it to police

Police officers are legally bound to address child abuse complaint. Further, the POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) Act makes it illegal to witness and not report suspected child abuse and not report it. The POCSO Act has increased cases brought to trial


In India, youngster rights, assurance and abuse (road youngsters, kid work, dealing and so forth.) are personally connected to poor financial conditions in an enormous populace base. Endurance, early youngster medicinal services, sustenance, instruction, advancement furthermore, youngster insurance are most vital kid rights. Unskilled guardians are oblivious of their youngster’s rights. They should be made mindful of youngster rights, must request and battle to acquire them. Multidisciplinary youngster experts should work together and screen the administration endeavors in security of kid rights.

They ought to have the option to gather accessible national kid wellbeing pointers, address key issues and worries in their locale, include youngsters in inquire about and encourage their interest in tasks and strategy improvement. There is a dire need to allocate duty what’s more, responsibility to Government, chose delegates, arrangement creators, proximate network what’s more, instruction and strengthening of families. Regardless, a kid must not endure, if the guardians can’t give mind and secure.


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