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Our Goals and Objectives

Awareness

Goal 1

To make the public be aware of the existence of P.S. The Children and its role in combatting CSA.

Objective 1

To undertake publicity programmes and campaigns.
  1. Through media.
  2. Through printed materials (i.e posters, flyers, booklets, leaflets, banner)
  3. Through the P.S. The Children website.

Objective 2

To undertake forums, talks and conferences.

Objective 3

To hold or conduct meetings.

Goal 2

To make the public in Malaysia be aware of the prevalence and increase in CSA incidences as reported to P.S. The Children.

Objective 1

To undertake publicity programmes and campaigns.
  1. Through media.
  2. Through printed materials (i.e posters, flyers, booklets, leaflets, banner)
  3. Through the P.S. The Children website.

Objective 2

To undertake forums, talks and conferences.

Objective 3

To hold or conduct meetings with project funders and other interested parties.

Education and Training

Goal 1

To educate the public about CSA and provide them with the knowledge and skills in combatting CSA.

Objective 1

To educate 10 parents and 10 teachers from 6 schools in Klang Valley in 2018 on how to recognize symptoms of CSA.

Objective 2

To train 10 parents and 10 teachers from 6 schools in Klang Valley in skills to combat CSA.

Goal 2

To equip pre-school, primary and secondary school children with the relevant information and skills of CSA for self-protection.

Objective 1

To conduct 2 workshops on personal safety a year for training parents and teachers from 2 pre-schools, 2 primary schools, 2 secondary schools to prevent CSA.

Goal 3

To educate and train parents and teachers as trainers in CSA prevention.

Objective 1

To formulate a curriculum to be used for the education and training of trainers in CSA prevention.

Intervention and Support

Goal 1

To provide case intervention and support to all survivors and families affected by CSA who seek help from P.S. The Children.

Objective 1

To communicate with the police in WPKL and Selangor on the reporting process, case updates and new procedures that take place every month.

Objective 2

To support process and procedures, a minimum of 6 cases every month.

Goal 2

To produce a checklist or guidelines on how to report CSA cases.

Objective 1

To distribute or disseminate printed copies of the approved guidelines to the public service centers with the minimum of 50 copies a time.

Objective 2

To upload the digital version of the approved guidelines for any interested party and monitor 6 months once for comments and updates.

Goal 3

To collaborate and partner with treatment center to provide support and follow-up to victims of child sexual abuse.

Objective 1

To establish a network connection between intervention team and treatment center to work with victims of child sexual abuse by the year 2019.

Goal 4

To establish an online portal and telephone helpline to report abuse, get advice and to receive casual counselling and to be able to do all these mentioned anonymously.

Objective 1

To receive reports of abuse cases and to be able to guide and support the victims throughout the process.

Treatment

Goal 1

To provide treatment services and facilities to CSA survivors starting in 2019.

Objective 1

To establish a treatment centre by the year 2019.

Objective 2

To employ qualified staff for treatment centre by 2019.

Objective 3

To train interested persons in CSA treatment between 2019 and 2020.

Goal 2

To provide counselling and therapy services to CSA survivors.

Objective 1

To have 10 qualified counsellors in 4 different languages who can counsel CSA survivors and family members beginning of 2021.

Objective 2

To evaluate the impact of counselling and therapy services on CSA survivors upon termination of counselling sessions.

Goal 3

To provide treatment services and facilities to young sex offenders starting in 2022.

Objective 1

To establish a treatment centre by the year 2022.

Objective 2

To employ qualified staff for treatment centre by 2023.

Objective 3

To train interested persons in young sex offender’s treatment between 2022 and 2023.