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EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN CAMPAIGN - Cases of sexual abuse, human trafficking and exploitation of children have multiplied during the pandemic. Help children in Need

The recent spike in COVID-19 cases in India is extremely worrying. This pandemic has already had a severe impact on the well-being of children.

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Published: 5 May 2021

At Street-heroes Of India (SOI) we have created a campaign to help alleviate the dramatic situation that is unfolding in India. At SOI we work tirelessly every day to eradicate the abuse and violence that children suffer. Together we can combat this situation that these poor defenseless children are facing.

This most recent wave is likely to be even more damaging for children's mental health, and it increases the threat to their protection and education as children can face an increased risk of abuse, exploitation and neglect. Mental health is often among the most neglected aspects of a crisis like this one, and SOI on the ground is noticing an ever-increasing need for psychological support for children.

Children have become the most vulnerable population. In a country like India, where most of the child abuse cases go unreported In addition, financial implications and uncertain situations have put the families on additional strain. This has led to increased number of abuse cases reported on the helpline number. The recent increase in COVID-19 cases in India is extremely concerning. Not only from the humanitarian and health point of view, but also from the point of view of the psychosocial well-being of its population in general and of children and young people in particular. In a country like India where most cases of child abuse go unreported, children have become the most vulnerable population. Furthermore, the financial implications and uncertain situations have put families in additional stress. This has led to an increase in the number of abuse cases. Mental health is often among the most neglected aspects of a crisis like this, and Street-heroes Of India (SOI) on the ground is noticing a growing need for psychological support for children. It is essential to promote the lasting psychosocial well-being of children and young people at risk of social exclusion. These children and young people who suffer or have suffered great traumas, require psychosocial care and protection, which leads to adequate knowledge, by the personnel who is caring for them, of skills in Psychosocial Assistance that allow them to do it correctly, by the good of his rehabilitation and his future. Prevention of suicide and mental illness caused by trauma. The model of "Center for Psychosocial Assistance - Center for Expressive Therapies" to promote mental health in educational institutions in Cochin (India) is our response to this situation. With your collaboration in this challenge, you will make this center possible and you will be helping these children to overcome the traumas of the reality that they have had to live by giving them an opportunity for a better future.

Street-heroes Of India ( SOI ), nace con la necesidad de proporcionar ayuda psicosocial y garantizar el bienestar de los niños, niñas y jóvenes que viven en riesgo de exclusión social, que han sufrido grandes traumas por abuso y explotación, atendidos en los centros asistenciales y orfanatos, de algunas zonas de la India, a través del restablecimiento de su integridad emocional, la superación de eventos traumáticos y fortalecimiento de sus recursos psicológicos para que puedan reconstruir sus proyectos de vida.

La entidad trabaja en diferentes centros asistenciales y orfanatos en la zona de Cochin y Bangalore, donde se ofrece formación en herramientas de asistencia psicosocial, así como terapias y workshops impartidos por psicólogos y terapeutas (arte-, músico-, danza-, drama terapeutas, etc...) y educadores sociales.

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