We educate children and adolescents in Ghana about Child Sexual Abuse prevention. Our safety lessons educate children from ages 4 to 18 in schools. To tackle the issue of Child illiteracy in Ghana, we renovate abandoned libraries.
We educate children and adolescents in Ghana about Child Sexual Abuse prevention. Our safety lessons educate children from ages 4 to 18 in schools.Read More
We renovate abandoned libraries and provide the facility with books and computers. We also give children back to school materials like notebooks and pencil.Read More
As a Student Ambassador, you’ll collect children’s books for Combating CSA. Collect used children’s book from libraries, family members, & friends along with a small donation to assist with shipping books to Ghana. Once your application is reviewed and accepted, a confirmation document will be emailed to you. The organization will help student mail all donated books. All donated money must be submitted electronically. Student can direct all donors to donate electronically at combatingcsa.org/donate
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I chose to be a part of this vision to combat child sexual abuse because I believe the cause is inherently positive and the activities of this non-profit can potentially change the lives of children all over the world.
I chose to be a part of this vision because I believe that it will change lives and bring hope to every hopeless child. Change is coming but it has to start with us.
The Sexual Abuse prevention workshops are very informative! When I set out to create lesson plans for children, I aim to create simple yet effective lesson plans. I aim for the lesson plans to be interactive, applicable, sensitive in words, comfortable, fun and inclusive.
I am aware of the fact that if children are not educated on the dangers of sexual abuse and how to avoid being abused our children who are our future leaders would risk being in danger of predators and evil people in our society
This hit close to home for me, as I was also 4 years old when I experienced my trauma and led me to begin research on this topic in Ghana. As a leader, I want to create greater awareness on this topic in Ghana.