17 -May International Child Helpline Day

17 -May International Child Helpline Day

Every child young people have a voice -our mission is to make their voices heard, respected and acted upon

The global network of child helplines marks the International Child Helpline Day by calling on governments to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular urgently to end all forms of violence against children. Ensure that every child and young people in all countries have information about and access to high quality child helpline so that children exposed to abuse and violence can be supported and responded to. Millions of children and youth in need contact 181 child helplines in 142 countries. They represent the most trusted and accessible way for a child to find help. The unique value of the service is that conversation with beneficiary is confidential. The number 116 111 is a harmonized social number devoted to child helplines across the Europe.

 

The Public Health Foundation of Georgia (PHF) has established Child Helpline with European harmonized number 116 111 in 2008. Currently, PHF develops this service in the framework of the EU-funded project “Advocacy for Child and Youth Protection”. Child helpline of PHF via telephone communication supports children, youth, adults – parents, child professionals and any individuals who want to share child related problems. The Public Health Foundation of Georgia is associated member of Child Helpline International (CHI), while CHI acts as an associate partner in the project “Advocacy for Child and Youth Protection”.

 

The Public Health Foundation is joining a global campaign on marking 17 May – International Child Helpline Day and via number of actions will try to increase child helpline awareness. In particular, a public lecture on the issue “Listen to child – modern approaches based on the scientific findings” will be held at Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, May 17 related informational campaign will be held via social media networks.

 

Event organizers: Public Health Foundation of Georgia, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University and “Step Forward” 

 

Contact information:

Public Health Foundation - Address: 4, Edisher Magalashvili Street; Apt. 1; Tbilisi 0186, Georgia. Tel: (032) 2 421 422; Child Helpline 116 111; E-mail: info@phf.org.ge; website: http://phf.org.ge;

Facebook: The public health foundation of georgia – phf 

Contact persons: Tamar Koiava, Child Helpline Manager (e-mail: t_koiava@phf.org.ge; ), Mariam Maskhulia, Project Coordinator (e-mail: m_maskhulia@phmdf.ge)

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