DSVA Continues Enforcement of Safeguarding And Child Protection Policy In Schools

The Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency has continued to reitirate its commitment to protecting children against any form of abuse.

As a result, DSVA in collaboration with the Office of Education Quality Assurance has continued to engage Administrators and Heads of Schools in all Education Districts on the Lagos State Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

Speaking at the sensitization programme, the Executive Secretary,

Mrs Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi said the programme was pertinent for teachers and heads of schools to enable them understand the rights of a child and the policy that protects them as the school is the second home of a child where they spend a significant part of their lives.

She added that for our schools and society to be free and safe from all manner of abuse and dastardly acts, people need to be active bystanders.

The one-day sensitization programme which was held in batches on the 23rd, 24th and 26th of May, 2022 at Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, Alausa, Ikeja saw Child Protection Experts like; Mr. Taiwo Akinlami, Founder, Taiwo Akinlami Academy, the Director- General of Office of Education Quality Assurance; Mrs. Abiola Seriki- Ayeni and Mrs. Modupeola Sahid-Adebambo, Founder Safe Haven enlightening stakeholders on the safeguarding and child protection policy of the Lagos state government.

In attendance were a total of 680 primary and secondary government and private schools drawn from education districts  2 and 3in the state.

DSVA has continued to call on anyone experiencing any form of abuse to speak up and call its toll free line 08000-333-333.

DSVA Continues Enforcement of Safeguarding And Child Protection Policy In Schools
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