Better Protection for Children
In recent years, reports of children suffering sexual abuse have consistently been on the rise. Lack of basic guardianship is a direct contributing factor to child sexual abuse.

Many children either have no idea of the hidden risks of sexual abuse to which they are exposed or do not know how to safeguard themselves.
Guarding the Vulnerable

Seven girls from Shangyuan Village Primary School in Ruichang, east China's Jiangxi Province, were sexually assaulted by their 62-year-old teacher Tao Biaogong from September 2012 to May 2013.

In addition to the physical harm caused, the girls have mental scars that could be considered even worse, with some tragically showing suicidal tendencies at their young, fragile age.

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