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Help your child cope with stress

Watch for signs of stress or behavior changes Not all children and teens respond to stress in the same way. Some common changes to watch for include: Excessive worry or sadness Unhealthy eating habits Unhealthy sleeping habits Difficulty with attention…

Keeping Children SAFE from COVID, play your part

  Parents and caretakers play an important role in teaching children to wash their hands.    Explain that hand washing can keep them healthy and stop the virus from spreading to others.    Be a good role model—if you wash…

Online Safety In Times Of Covid 19

How to protect children from online violence Have conversations about online safety. Be honest and build trust, explain why its important to be careful while online. Ask your child questions about what they do online, such as what sites they…

PPC cements relationship with Childline

PPC has cemented its relationship with Childline following confirmation that part of the proceeds from the 2020 edition of the 33 miler marathon will be donated to Childline. PPC recently handed over proceeds from the 2019 edition of the marathon…

Online safety drive

Childline has embarked on a vigorous awareness campaign on online safety for children. This comes as concern has been raised over an increase in the number of online crimes being perpetrated against children. The project has already seen leading radio…

Helping Chimanimani children survive Cyclone Idai trauma

CHIMANIMANI, Zimbabwe - When 15-year-old Praise Muferi starts to speak about her 10-year-old sister, Morefaith, she breaks down in tears. “She was very sweet and chubby, with a funny giggle. She loved to read and draw, and we would spend a…
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RT @GPtoEndViolence: Thank you for all your important work on keeping children #SafeOnline!
RT @AusEmbZim: For 25 years @childlinezim has provided valuable counselling services to children across Zimbabwe through their free 116 pho…
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RT @DeafZimTrust: It's the 4th day of our week long celebrations, the "International Week of the Deaf" under the theme #BuildingInclusiveCo…
RT @GPtoEndViolence: “Sweden was the first country in the world that prohibited corporal punishment. Legislation can change attitudes.” 📢…
RT @GPtoEndViolence: 1 in 2 children experience violence every year. “Educations failed me. I was abused by my teacher. Ending violence a…
RT @EndViolenceLead: Great to see @HelleThorning_S, @GPtoEndViolence's Board Co-chair today in New York. Talked about several exciting op…
RT @GPtoEndViolence: “It takes a village to protect a child & help them succeed in school” @JoyPhumaphi_ of @GPtoEndViolence is speaking a…
RT @AWET_Apostolic: At a Child Protection Training organized by @AWET_Apostolic in #Mutasa District, the Behavior Change Facilitators team…
RT @FACTzim: @FACTzim is part of a 4-day workshop for the Review of the National Gender-Based Violence Strategy being held in Mutare. The w…

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