PWS collaborates with Project CACA to enhance child safety

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Project CACA is a child centric, preventive and holistic project against Child Abuse in general Child Sexual Abuse in particular, child rights and gender equality. It creates a safety net for children through various methods.

Project CACA
  • Age Appropriate and progressive safety workbooks based on WHO’s life skills and Moral Science (Kindergarten to class 12).
  • Companion Parent teacher resource booklet.
  • Various sensitization/ awareness workshops for teachers, parents and non-teaching staff on child abuse, child rights and laws related to children like POCSO/JJA.
Project CACA Stakeholders

It is an institutional (school) driven child rights based project that initiates behaviour changes among the stake holders in a school in particular and society at large. It is a collective move towards creating a better and healthier living environment for our children. The project creates a safety net for students by connecting the schools with various related Govt. and Non Govt. Organisations.

Partap World School Collaborates with Project CACA to empower students and make the process of child safety and security more rigid and professional.

Curriculum on child safety will be taught by teacher through unique safety booklets also covering various aspects of life skills and value education.

PWS Management with Team Project CACA

Partap World School becomes the first school in the region to step forward and look into child safety and security.

Various workshops will be held throughout the year with all staff members, non-teaching staff, support staff, drivers etc by eminent experts like clinical psychologist and many more.

Keeping schools safe allows children to look forward to being in an encouraging environment that promotes social and creative learning. When their basic safety needs aren’t met, children are at risk for not feeling comfortable at school and may stop showing up, or they may remain on edge throughout the day.