In conjunction with the Union of Departments of Social Development, Education, Government, Health and Guardianship Council, Itupaver Municipality has developed a number of initiatives for the ‘Make It Beautiful’ national campaign, which aims to draw the attention of society to prevent and combat sexual violence. Violence against children and adolescents.
In Itupeva, actions are aimed at sensitizing, sensitizing and informing the population, so that everyone actively participates in the struggle for the rights of the most vulnerable. Social Development Secretary Alain Alves commented on the initiative. “We are preparing this week to draw the public’s attention to this issue, always to ensure the care of our children and adolescents, which is a complete priority,” he said.
Between May 16 and 20, measures will be taken to distribute lectures, guide folders and disseminate content on social networks, official websites and indoor TVs for municipal employees, families, educators, teenagers and professionals in different areas.
The scheduled actions are:
05/16 – 3pm to 4pm – Lecture with therapist Marcella Nascimento at the Elderly Living Center
05/16 – 1:30 pm – Lecture by Parent Jose de Anchita State School with Parents Council Group
05/16 – 4pm to 5pm – Pipo and Fifi booklets for children at CEMEB Paschoa Sombibi Sai (Hydrangea Park) by CRAS Hortensias and CREAS team
05/17 – 1:30 pm – Lecture with the parent council team at Jose Polly State School
05/18 – 10h – Lecture by Manuel Jose da Fonseca State School with Parents
05/18 – 18:30 – Guardianship Council Walk – Public Demonstration to Fight Child and Adolescent Abuse and Sexual Exploitation – Starting from Prasa Sওo Paulo and heading to the park da Ciada
05/18 – 4pm to 5pm – Pipo and Fifi booklets for children, distributed by CRAS Hortensias and CREAS team, at Marisa Baston Oliveira Daycare, Parque das Hortensias
05/19 – 1:30 pm – Lecture with the Board of Governors at Marcio Borges State School
05/20 – 9:30 am – The CRAS Monte Serrat team will conduct an informative activity, including storytelling at EMEFEI Fazenda Pinheiro and distribution of the booklet ‘Pipo and Fifi: Prevention of Sexual Violence in Childhood’.
05/20 – 10h – Lecture with the Board of Governors at Monsenho’s Dowter Arthur Ricky School
05/23 – 9am to 11am / 1pm to 3pm – Commencement of ‘Saber Proteger’ project in the presence of professors at EMEFEI Profª Maria Stela Sales Izzo
05/24 – 9:30 am to 10:30 am / 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm – Continuation of the ‘Saber Proteger’ project at EMEFEI Profª Maria Stela Sales Izzo with other staff present
05/25 – 9am – The CRAS Monte Serrat team will conduct an informative activity at EMEFEI Cássio Bussab with storytelling and distribution of the booklet ‘Pipo and Fifi: Prevention of Sexual Violence in Childhood’.
05/27 – 9am – CRAS Monte Serrat Team will conduct an informative activity with storytelling and distribution of the booklet ‘Pipo and Fifi: Prevention of Sexual Violence in Childhood’ at EMEFEI Tarsila do Amaral.
05/30 – 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm – EMEFEI Professor Maria Stella Sales Izor with a meeting of parents and students of the project ‘Saber Protegar’
In addition to providing guidance to the reference teams of the Basic and Special Social Protection Services, the distribution of Pipo and Fifi booklets will also be conducted by the Happy Child Program team, according to the coverage area, in order to raise awareness and awareness about the campaign.
The health units will discuss the matter in the waiting room during the week.
On May 18, municipalities across the country drew attention to the issue because of the organization of the National Day Against the Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents.
The date was chosen because on May 18, 1973, a barbaric crime in the city of Vitoria (ES) shocked Brazil and became known as the “Araselli Case”. It was the name of an eight-year-old girl whose all human rights had been violated, abducted, raped and killed by the city’s upper-middle-class youth.
Stay tuned and report child sexual abuse or abuse, dial 100 or report to Guardianship Council at (11) 4591-3422.