This could support 25 frontline child protection social workers for one year. One of the biggest barriers to addressing the abuse and exploitation of children is a lack of trained and equipped frontline workers able to provide essential medical, legal and psychosocial support to children and their families. By investing in social services, you are investing in the development of a protective community environment who will be able to respond to the needs of children in a sustainable way.
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