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OPEN communication is one of the best and proven means of protecting children.
Category: ChildLink News

OPEN communication is one of the best and proven means of protecting children and preventing further incidents of child sexual abuse. More specifically, open communication between parents/caregivers and children remains key in the battle for the protection of children, particularly child sexual abuse and especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the COVID-19 pandemic, ChildLinK Inc. […]

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Supporting Children with Mild Autism During the Pandemic.
Category: ChildLink News

ChildLinK continues to offer support to children living with mild autism during the pandemic. Ms. Amanda Bacchus works as a social worker under ChildlLinK’s One Life Too Initiative, ms. Bacchus would usually visit the schools of the clients (children with mild autism) on the project and would offer support to the children whether it is […]

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Youth Advocate Mentor Capacity Building Session
Category: ChildLink News

Throughout the pandemic, ChildLinK has been working to ensure the engagement and building the capacity of its youth arm, Youth Advocate Mentors. Yesterday ChildLinK’s Youth Advocate Mentors were engaged in a one-hour capacity building session with on self-leadership via Zoom. Dr. Astell Collins who was the guest speaker discussed with the youths the importance of sincerity […]

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ChildLinK Appointed New Programme Manager

ChildLinK has appointed its new program manager, Ms. Ashome Clarke who has offered her services and given selflessly to children and families through the organization for six years. Ms. Ashome is now responsible for managing the day to day administrative activities around the office and overseeing the different projects undertaken by ChildLinK. Ms. Ashome expressed […]

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Psychosocial Support in the Pandemic

ChildLinK has been providing psychosocial support to families throughout the pandemic. This support is to help family members cope with the pandemic along with the day to day challenges that the family may face. In order to offer support to families through the pandemic, ChildLinK’s staff has been offering psychosocial support virtually. The Support provided […]

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ChildLinK conducted a 5 days Staff Training on “Theory of Change”.
Category: ChildLink News

ChildLink conducted 5 days of training for staff, from June 3-7th  on “Theory of change”. The Theory of change is a casual framework of how and why a change process will happen in a particular context. Rather than projecting outcomes from activities. It reverses that process by first focusing on the outcomes you are seeking […]

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ChildLinK signed Partnership with 3 CBO’s in Regions 3 and 4.
Category: ChildLink News

ChildLink Signed a partnership with three community-based organization on February 1st, 2019. These agreements were signed under ChildLinK’s Recovery Safeguarding Reintegration Initiative. Youths With Purpose founded by Moreen Hope, Patentia Achievers founded by Parbattie Rangalall located in region three area and Heavenly Light World Outreach Fellowship located in region 4. These organizations are expected to […]

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Sophia B Field Residents Sensitized About Child Sexual Abuse
Category: ChildLink News

Parents and children in Sophia B Field were sensitized about sexual abuse by a collaborative effort from ChildLinK‘s Child Advocacy Centre (CAC) and representatives from GPHC and the Guyana Police. The Team visited approximately 20 shops in the vicinity of Sophia Primary School to engage residents about child sexual abuse prevention and reporting. During this […]

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CRA facilitated a Members Meeting
Category: ChildLink News

On December 6th, 2018, the   Child Rights Alliance (CRA)  facilitated its members meeting at the Ministry of Social Protection boardroom. The meeting which was attended by a number of CSO’s and government agencies focused on developing a Community of practice for which agencies and organizations can network and share best practices in intervention and advocacy goals […]

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