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Together we can

#Stop Nursery Crimes

Join thousands of parents in the fight against child
sexual abuse. Here’s how you can play your part and
make a difference.

Educate your child Be an advocate

educate your child

  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 5. Say no! Run and tell!

      Your child should know that they have the right to say "No! Stop it!" 
      Run away if someone tries to touch their private parts, and tell someone 
      they trust, be it a family member, a teacher, or a friend.

      Remind your child that it’s not their fault and to never be afraid to 
      speak up, so that someone can help.

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. Children can't

      tell love from

      sexual abuse.

      Teach them to spot the difference. Remember, 
      the best prevention is education. Children who are 
      aware of the dangers and have strong family support 
      are less likely to become victims.

      Protect your child now>
  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 1. Privates are private!

      Kids need to be taught that vagina, breast, penis and buttocks are parts of 
      their bodies, just like their mouths and hands, so they can be clearly understood by adults when speaking up about sexual abuse.

      Avoid using cutesy names. It makes kids think their private parts are 
      secretive or shameful, and they are less likely to tell you if someone 
      touches them. Teach them that body parts covered by underwear are private!

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 2. Safe touch, unsafe touch.

      Tell your child that sometimes family members, doctors or nurses may have to touch their body to keep them clean or when they are sick. But no one should make them feel scared or embarrassed.

      Children need to know that their bodies belong to them – no one should touch someone else’s private parts!

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 3. Beware of tricks and treats.

      Child sexual abusers have plenty of tricks up their sleeves – most often using gifts, bribes and threats to stop kids from telling.

      Tell your child that it’s not okay to keep unsafe secrets in exchange for something that makes them feel uncomfortable.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 4. Don’t keep unsafe secrets.

      Some secrets like birthday surprises are okay. But an adult should never make 
      a child keep a secret that upsets them. Reassure your child that they won’t get 
      in trouble for speaking up about a bad secret.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 5 prevention tips
    every parent and child must know

    1. 5. Say no! Run and tell!

      Your child should know that they have the right to say "No! Stop it!" 
      Run away if someone tries to touch their private parts, and tell someone 
      they trust, be it a family member, a teacher, or a friend.

      Remind your child that it’s not their fault and to never be afraid to 
      speak up, so that someone can help.

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. Children can't

      tell love from

      sexual abuse.

      Teach them to spot the difference. Remember, 
      the best prevention is education. Children who are 
      aware of the dangers and have strong family support 
      are less likely to become victims.

      Protect your child now>
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  • My itsy-bitsy fingers,

    are tickling your knee.

    Let’s play a game,

    since it’s just you and me.



    Just close your eyes,

    and don’t you make a sound.

    Let my itsy-bitsy fingers,

    touch you all around.

    Children can’t tell love from sexual abuse.

    Teach them to spot the difference
    and
    #StopNurseryCrimes

    1. Spread the word

know the signs

  • 8 telltale signs of sexual abuse

    1. 7. Talking about an older friend giving money, toys or gifts.

    2. 8. Unexplained soreness and bruises around genitals or mouth.

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. Cries left unheard.
      Scars, unseen.

      Sexual abuse is a crime that often goes undetected.
      Behavioral and emotional changes are common signs.
      Know the
      clues and listen to your child to stop it

      before it’s too late.

      Spot the telltale signs>
  • 8 telltale signs of sexual abuse

    1. 1. Behavior changes such as fear, anxiety, depression or aggression.

    2. 2. Frequent nightmares and sleeping problems.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 8 telltale signs of sexual abuse

    1. 3. Becoming withdrawn and unusually secretive.

    2. 4. Extremely frightened of a person or a place.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 8 telltale signs of sexual abuse

    1. 5. Exhibiting adult-like sexual behavior or use of explicit language.

    2. 6. Be suspicious if your child is singled out as “special”.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • 8 telltale signs of sexual abuse

    1. 7. Talking about an older friend giving money, toys or gifts.

    2. 8. Unexplained soreness and bruises around genitals or mouth.

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. Cries left unheard.
      Scars, unseen.

      Sexual abuse is a crime that often goes undetected.
      Behavioral and emotional changes are common signs.
      Know the
      clues and listen to your child to stop it

      before it’s too late.

      Spot the telltale signs>
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  • Twinkle, twinkle little star,

    Do you want a new toy car?

    Just take off your undershorts,

    Stop squirming and be a sport.



    Twinkle, twinkle little star,

    Don’t you want a new toy car?

    Don’t let your child fall prey to a predator’s tricks.
    Find out how to prevent sexual abuse and
    #StopNurseryCrimes

    1. Spread the word

react responsibly

  • Here are the 5 rules for recovery

    1. 5. Get help.

      Report to the authorities such as the police, social welfare and
      government hospitals. If you are unsure, call P.S. The Children
      at (603) 7957 4344 or email protect@psthechildren.org.my

    2.  
    3.  

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. When dark secrets
      come to light…

      When children break their silence, it means they
      trust you. By being prepared to help and responding appropriately, you can make a real difference to their
      safety and wellbeing.

      Know how to react>
  • Here are the 5 rules for recovery

    1. 1. Stay calm.

      Don’t blame, shame or make the child feel guilty. The child may think
      you are going to punish them, and be afraid to talk.

    2. 2. Believe your child.

      Don’t doubt or dismiss their claims. Remember, false disclosures are rare!

    1. Share to make a difference
  • Here are the 5 rules for recovery

    1. 3. Be supportive.

      Show them that you care. Let them know that it’s not their fault,
      and praise them for being brave in speaking up.

    2. 4. Make them feel safe.

      Keep the child away from the abuser, and reassure them
      that they will never be harmed again.

    1. Share to make a difference
  • Here are the 5 rules for recovery

    1. 5. Get help.

      Report to the authorities such as the police, social welfare and
      government hospitals. If you are unsure, call P.S. The Children
      at (603) 7957 4344 or email protect@psthechildren.org.my

    1. Share to make a difference
    1. When dark secrets
      come to light…

      When children break their silence, it means they
      trust you. By being prepared to help and responding appropriately, you can make a real difference to their
      safety and wellbeing.

      Know how to react>
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  • One, two, three, four, five,

    It’s just Uncle don’t you cry.

    Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,

    Don’t be scared it’s just my hands.



    Stay still, I’m having fun,

    It’s our secret don’t tell Mum.

    She trusts me anyway,

    So you’ll always have no say.

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are people children
    know and trust. Learn how to protect your child and
    #StopNurseryCrimes

    1. Spread the word
  • itsy-Bitsy fingeRs

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are
    people children
    know and trust. See how
    they masquerade their hidden
    intentions
    to groom children into sexual abuse.

    Watch the film See my
    story
  • SUriRaM

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are
    people children
    know and trust. See how
    they masquerade their hidden
    intentions
    to groom children into sexual abuse.

    Watch the film See my
    story
  • 一二三四
    五六七

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are
    people children
    know and trust. See how
    they masquerade their hidden
    intentions
    to groom children into sexual abuse.

    Watch the film See my
    story
  • itsy-Bitsy fingeRs

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are
    people children
    know and trust. See how
    they masquerade their hidden
    intentions
    to groom children into sexual abuse.

    Watch the film See my
    story
  • SUriRaM

    More than 90% of sexual abusers are
    people children
    know and trust. See how
    they masquerade their hidden
    intentions
    to groom children into sexual abuse.

    Watch the film See my
    story
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about us

    1. Who are we?

      Protect and Save The Children is a
      non-governmental,
      non-profit organisation
      that focuses on the prevention,
      intervention
      and treatment of child sexual abuse.



      In a move towards a world that upholds the

      rights and dignity of every child, we aim
      to build safer
      communities and a nurturing
      environment, where
      children are protected
      from sexual exploitation.



      Take action now! Get a Personal Safety Learning Kit
      for your child or attend our Sexual Abuse Prevention Workshop.

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