TfSC’s Child Protection and Rights (CPR) has patience and loving care as two pillars. It has a deeply compassionate heart that prohibits the suppression of children's feelings or denying the reality of their needs.
How It Works
The child protection and rights programme focuses on sharing improved knowledge, information, attitudes, practices, behaviours, community mobilisation, empowerment and social inclusion efforts of education, health and poverty reduction strategies to deal with child protection and rights. The key objectives are to address the root causes of child protection risks and failures with specific reference to child trafficking, child labour, sexual exploitation of children, early and forced child marriage, violence among children, harmful traditional practices and religious beliefs or spiritual abuse and neglect. The main goal is to provide a comprehensive approach at the multi-levels of the individual, the family, the community and the society to generate evidence-informed and evidence-based coordination and integrated solutions to strengthen prevention and protection that can benefit all children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and other forms of violence.