like to share the following advices for the sake of our children protection .
• Teach your children the difference
between good touch and bad touch, with the importance of informing you if
anyone acts inappropriately.
• Be aware that most of the time parents
think that beating a child will quickly fix the problem to address behavioral
issues, when in fact it does the opposite and teaches the child that hitting is
• Make your children aware of their
intimate parts. Teach them to say no if someone touches them and makes them
• Explain to your child the ways of
grooming for sexual exploitation that may include befriending by an abuser,
treating them in a special way, allowing them to drink alcohol or taking drugs,
encouraging them to stay away from school or home.
• Your responsibility as a parent is to
keep your children safe from physical and emotional harm; as well as teaching
them the skills to help protect themselves.
• Teach your children not to be alone
with a stranger in place.
• Teach your children not to accept any
gifts from strangers if they are not with an adult.
• Be aware that, if you do not show love
and affection to your children, it increases the likelihood that they will seek
it elsewhere, making them more vulnerable to abuse.
• Children can’t cross the roads safely
on their own until they have been taught how to react to traffic situations.
• Teach your child to get in and out of
the car on the safe side (pavement/sidewalk) to avoid dangers from passing
• Teach your children the basics of
crossing using the “Stop, Look, Listen and Act” approach to crossing the road.
• Ensure that your children start
wearing a helmet at an early stage. Ensure it worn properly as it can greatly
reduce the risk of head injuries.
• Teach your children to fast their
seatbelts for their safety.
• Teach your children who are under 10
that should sit in the backseat, infants, and younger children in age
appropriate car seats.
• Make sure your vehicle windows and
doors are locked. Always remember that children should never be left alone in a
• Be aware that, child car seats are
essential from birth as they keep your child secure in case of a sudden stop or
• Be aware that, the right use of a
child's safety seat increases a child's safety in a vehicle.
• Teach your children that, it is dangerous
to hang any body part outside the vehicle window or the sunroof.
• Inform your children that it is safer
to cross at a pedestrian crossing or a crossing patrol.
• Never leave a child unattended in a
car even for a few minutes.
that, according to World Health Organization, child car restraints reduce the
likelihood of injuries in case of a fatal crash by approximately 70% among
infants and between 54% and 80% among young children.
• Teach your children give enough space
between them and bus; to ensure their safety during getting on & of the