Together Lets End Horrors of Child Sexual Abuse

100% of your donations will help protect over 5 million children from sexual abuse. All teachers and school staff will be required to get recognised training in child sexual abuse prevention under our proposed law. To address and prevent systematic abuse, schools must use a "whole school" approach.
 
£25            could develop accessible, evidence-based resources to educate teachers
£50            could help parents with vital education on how to build a family safety plan
£100          could bring abuse prevention education to a class of students.
£250         could help us bring abuse prevention education programs to a whole school
 
Your contributions will be used to:
 
EDUCATE 265,000 primary teachers so that they are equipped with the skills necessary to recognise the signs of child abuse.
PREVENT we will design age-appropriate E-Learning abuse prevention teacher training programmes.
EMPOWER teachers on how to handle disclosure, and ease of reporting in the battle against child sex abuse.
PROTECT over 5 million innocent children by enacting the most significant systemic shift in 20 years to combat the increasing abuse epidemic.
AWARENESS we encompass all digital and social media platforms to increase education and awareness of child sexual abuse.
 
DO YOU KNOW THAT ONE IN TEN CHILDREN ARE SEXUALLY ABUSED BEFORE THE AGE OF 16? This is the same as THREE CHILDREN IN EACH CLASSROOM.
 
 
 
 
At the National Network to End Child Abuse, we work tirelessly to safeguard every child. Since we are amid a sexual abuse pandemic among children; therefore, schools should take a 'whole-school' approach to child sexual abuse. It means that every teacher, staff member, child, and parent should be empowered and equipped with age-appropriate preventive training to recognise the signs of abuse and know what to do next.
 
Every employee must understand, identify, and be able to manage the reporting phase under this law. Also, the PreventEd training course will be given via mobile E-Learning, giving teachers the needed flexibility. Unlike school-based workshop training, e-learning provides ongoing reinforcement of information and abilities and will allow all primary schools to be taught within months.
 
Listen to this short account of how an amazing teacher helped save the life of this child.
 
 
 
 
While ONE IN THREE children never discloses abuse, over 90% of abuse cases are committed by a family member or people known to the family. Due to intra-familial abuse, the actual size is unclear since most events stay concealed and unreported.
 
However, many experts think that there might be as many as 11 million victims of sexual abuse in the UK, constituting a "national pandemic. Therefore, we believe that education and consciousness are the most effective ways to prevent child abuse, precisely what our preventive programmes deliver.
 
According to evidence, teachers are likely the most trusted adult in society outside of the home. Children are more likely to approach their teachers about sexual abuse, yet more than 70% of teachers have not been trained in preventing, recognising, or reacting to child sexual abuse.
 
 
 
 
Since prevention is preferable to the alternative, join us in positively impacting children's lives and saving our community. Please sign and share our petition here:
 
 
Kindly help us deliver this, and don't forget to check the Gift Aid boxes when donating (if you pay UK tax). Participate in training yourself and assist others in receiving it. Please do not hesitate to contact us at https://nneca.org.uk/. We appreciate your time and consideration, and we hope to continue using your power to change these children's lives.
 
Thank you for being so supportive!
Warm Regards!

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National Network to End Child Abuse 
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