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Together We Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse!
#saysomething movement

Among the types of abuse, child sexual abuse is the most difficult to detect and often remains hidden. In particular, in Turkey where speaking about the concept of sexuality is repressed even, we can estimate how serious sexual abuse is.

Sexual Abuse is silent Epidemic!

Together We Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

#saysomething Movement has been launched.


With your support, we aim to build awareness in society to protect children from sexual abuse. 


We want to give hands to the children, break the silence and lift the darkness. 


Please join the #saysomething Movement,

share what you have learned and encourage all of your connections to participate.

Dates of #saysomething movement

January 9-12, 2020

April 9-12, 2020

Your participation is very valuable. We believe in your strength and are very hopeful.


By joining the #saysomething movement,

you will not only protect the children of the present

you will also protect the children and grandchildren of the future.

To join the movement: birliktecinselistismarionleyebiliriz.org

Thank you very much on behalf of the children.

Establishment of International
Trauma Prevention and Rehabilitation Center
  • Turkey is a fragile geography that constantly produces trauma in the context of the violence cycle. There is a severe risk of living in Turkey; it has become a continuous threat of trauma.

 

  • Although domestic and street violence against women and children has long been a serious problem, violence against women and children has increased in recent years.

  • The old political, ethnic massacres and massacres that were not properly confronted at the time were slowly entering the agenda of the society and causing serious socio-psychological shocks. The children and grandchildren of the murdered still live between us. For them, this process involves the possibility of being traumatized again.

  • The most important feeling that feeds inter-generational traumas is the feeling of victimization. Groups who consider themselves victims are using violence to create new cycles of revenge in order not to become victims again. This cycle turned into a collective trauma in which large masses shared feelings of despair, humiliation and shame, creating a perception of identity that fought against cruelty and started to produce other traumas.

Turkey is replete with history and in a geography where traumas are continuously produced; both the number of trauma victims and their needs are enormous. However, we cannot say that the resources available for trauma victims are adequate and well coordinated. It is not possible for a society that produces longitudinal trauma and that can subvert the minority groups and not look back at what they do to feel in peace and solidarity. 


For this purpose, we aim to open the first International Trauma Prevention and Rehabilitation Center in oncoming two years, where trauma specialists will take training, treatment and rehabilitation services to people of Turkey.
 

If you want to contribute:

TRY: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR550006200159400006668562

USD: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR840006200159400009077035

Freedom for Children Project
(Malawi - 2020)

Malawians are known to be trafficked domestically from rural to urban centers and abroad for sexual exploitation, labor exploitation and for extraction of body parts/organs. In line with the findings of the UN Global Report on Trafficking Persons (2018), which states that 64% of victims of TIP in Sub-Saharan Africa are children, Malawian children, especially orphaned children, have been identified as one the most vulnerable groups, as well as women, who get lured through false promises of employment elsewhere. The urgency of the situation goes without saying, hence the relevance of the theme of the World Day against Trafficking to Malawi.


We should also note that Malawi's National Action Plan against Trafficking has adopted a Victim-Centered approach to minimize the risk of trauma to children and women. As a supporter of this approach, we developed the Freedom for Children Project in order to bring to life and protect children abused in the slavery and prostitution sector. Within the scope of the project, we started the initiative to establish a Children's Village by taking land area in Dedza Region of Malawi.

 

We will build the following developments in the Children's Village:
1. Children's houses,
2. School,
3. Counselling / Rehabilitation Center
4. Workshop Centers for sustainable sourcing
5. Sustainable agricultural area

If you want to contribute:

TRY: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR550006200159400006668562

USD: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR840006200159400009077035

Madagaskar
Lets Remove the Barries
  • Surgical and postoperative care of children with paralysis will be undertaken.

  • Psychosocial rehabilitation.

If you want to contribute:

TRY: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR550006200159400006668562

USD: Garanti Bank / World Human Relief / IBAN: TR840006200159400009077035

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Ihlamur Nişantaşı Yolu Sk. No: 56/4

34365 Şişli İstanbul

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