Category Archives: Sexual Abuse

Child Body Safety – Educating Children About Their Bodies

HOW TO  EDUCATE YOUR CHILD ON BODY SAFETY: ONE PIECE TO THE PUZZLE

This is an article that has been copied from a website called TheMammaBearEffect please click on this link to read the article in its original format, and with pictures.

Ukukhanya seeks to prevent abuse in all forms, but does not specifically work with sexual abuse, if you suspect a child of being sexually abused please contact PATCH: 0218526110  If you suspect an adult (over 18y) is being sexually abused contact RAPE CRISIS: 0218525620

Below you will find age-by-age suggestions for educating children about their bodies & child body safety, and empowering them with techniques to deter the threat of sexual abuse.

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Indicators Of Child Sexual Abuse

Indicators Of Child Sexual Abuse

This information has been taken from a USA Government website, please click here to read the article in its original format.  

UKUKHANYA DOES NOT DEAL WITH SEXUAL ABUSE, IF YOU SUSPECT SEXUAL ABUSE OF A CHILD CONTACT PATCH: 0218526110

Educating your children is the first step in preventing sexual abuse in children, read about this here.

Sexual abuse may result in physical or behavioral manifestations. It is important that professionals and the public know what these are because they signal possible sexual abuse. However, very few manifestations (e.g., gonorrhea of the throat in a young child) are conclusive of sexual abuse. Most manifestations require careful investigation or assessment.

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SEXUAL OFFENCES AGAINST CHILDREN

SEXUAL OFFENCES AGAINST CHILDREN IN TERMS OF THE No. 32 of 2007: Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act

Ukukhanya does not deal with Sexual Abuse.  Sexual Abuse of an adult is dealt with by Rape Crisis Helderberg (Tel: 0218525620) and Sexual Abuse of a Child is dealt with by PATCH (Tel: 0218526110)

The below is an extract of the Sexual Offenses and Related Matters Act that defines sexual abuse under South African law. Continue reading