Udaipur children pledged to fight against child sexual abuse on Friday. There were as many as 2387 children who stood against crime against children and pledged to fight no matter what. The moment these kids took their pledge, they created a record of standing against crime in such a great number. These Udaipur children have now made their way into India Book of Records.
Organised by MR Indian Education, 2387 children pledged to be volunteers in the fight against sexual abuse and harassment. Editor in Chief of India Book of Records, Dr.Biswaroop Roy Choudhary and Vinod Sharma presented memento and certificates on this achievement.
Team of India Book of Records evaluated a number of schools through photographs and videography to assess the eligibility for record. Students connected with this campaign reached school with parents where a team of trained volunteers and psychologists provided special guidance to the students on prevention of child sexual abuse. Help line numbers were provided to all. The students were made aware that they need to stay alert in all situations and act smartly without delay. Parents and guardians mentioned that such campaigns must become a part of regular modules for the children.
250 teachers, 20 management officials, Stanford Senior Secondary School, Jyoti Shishu Niketan, Happy Home School, Learn and Grow Pre School, SKB School and Manas Academy were participants in the campaign. All volunteers were provided training regarding child psychology by Dr. Swati Gokhru and Satya Prakash Mundra.