Increased public education and advocacy on sexual abuse against children in regions 2, 3, 4, 10 and Georgetown aimed at building the capacity of 270 primary school teachers and 270 PTA Executives to foster a culture of disclosure, preventing and protecting children from sexual abuse by the end of January 2012.
- Renewed Partnership with the Ministry of Education (MOE) and strengthen partnership with the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security for the effective implementation of Tell Scheme.
- Collaborate with UNICEF for the production of the Tell Scheme tool kit (including the Training of Trainers Manual, 9 Stimulus Flash Cards, Pocket Cards for Social Workers and large Posters on each lesson) for each of the 90 schools.
- Training of 270 teachers from 90 primary schools in regions 2, 3, 4, 10 and Georgetown who will then have the responsibility of sensitizing 5400 children in their classrooms about their rights to protection from sexual abuse and empower them to tell if their rights are violated.
- Follow-up visits and sessions to all regions as required to support teachers in rolling-out the Tell Scheme in their classes.
- Training of 270 parents/PTA Executives from the 90 target schools in regions 2, 3, 4, 10 and Georgetown with the responsibility for cascading the information with other parents during their PTA meetings.
- Production and airing of the Tell Scheme infomercial on National Television with messages from children.