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The Break the Silence: End Child Sexual Abuse Teacher Toolkit offers a comprehensive understanding about the intersection between gender, CSA and high risk behaviour that leads to HIV.
It was developed as an output of the Break the Silence Student Art Contest: Raising Awareness about Gender, Child Sexual Abuse and Implications for HIV in Trinidad and Tobago, which was spearheaded by the Institute for Gender and Development Studies (IGDS), The University of the West Indies (The UWI), St. Augustine Campus with support from The U.S. Embassy, Port of Spain from the PEPFAR Small Grants Program. It is a compilation of existing materials and outputs developed for the 2008-2012 action-research project "Breaking the Silence: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Preventing and Responding to Child Sexual Abuse and Incest", which was spearheaded by the IGDS at The UWI, St. Augustine, with the support from UNICEF and United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women (managed by UNIFEM, now UN Women). Sessions and activities in this toolkit have been compiled and adapted from existing manuals and curricula.
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Break the Silence end child sexual abuse Bilingual Facilitators Toolkit for Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago Published November 2022 The University of the West Indies, The Institute for Gender and Development Studies St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago © IGDS 2022 email@example.com www.sta.uwi.edu/igds This initiative was developed with the assistance of the Pan American Development Foundation and the financial assistance of the Government of the United States of America. Rompe el Silencio acabar can el abusi sexual a menores Bilengue para Los Facilitadores en Guyana y en Trinidad y Tobago Publicado Noviembre 2022 Universidad de West Indies, Campus St. Augustine Instituto de Estudios de Género y Desarrollo Campus St. Augustine, Trinidad y Tobago © IGDS 2022 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sta.uwi.edu/igds Esta iniciativa fue desarrollada con el apoyo de la Fundación Panamericana para el Desarrollo y el financiamiento del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos.