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July 29, 2021
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Children who have been traumatized by negligence, exploitation and abuse will receive proper counselling from World Vision Partners.

Thanks to the World Vision’s Children in Street Situation Project.

 

A program aimed to train and equip partners with necessary skills and knowledge to counsel these children.

 

The week long program that ended last Friday was focused on enabling participants to understand trauma and its impact on the children, men, women and youths.

 

The training identified and pointed out persons for child protection in settlement areas who will be engaged to supporting children.

 

Several training sessions focusing on children law and welfare were also conducted by World Vision.

 

Program facilitator Moses John said, it was imperative that service providers are equipped with essential knowledge before going to urban settlements to counsel children or youths exposed to any kind of violence.  

 

National Capital District Welfare Services and Healing Foundation Ministry were amongst the seven partners who participated.

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