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Please engage with us in conversation as we bring visibility to the issues of Child Abuse and Neglect in this region of the world.  Submit a blog post below sharing your insights into issues, resources and best practices, upcoming events and latest research then let us help you create a network of collaboration.  Together we are stronger.

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Africa Projects and Funding Opportunities

Please join with ISPCAN to address regional issues by partnering with us on projects and funding opportunities.  Our goal is to host an international Congress in the African region every 2 years. If you are an ISPCAN member and would like to host a one- or two-day event for a small group (50-100 people) on a specific topic in your region, our MINI CONFERENCE is for you! Find a donated space and sponsors, and we’ll provide an expert trainer for no fee and take care of the rest. We ask that travel and accommodations for the trainer be covered.

We can provide a trainer for any discipline and on just about any topic related to child maltreatment. Here are some of the areas of expertise of our trainers:

  • Positive parenting
  • Therapeutic responses for abused children and families
  • Multidisciplinary approach and training
  • ICAST and data collection
  • CAN prevention
  • Domestic violence
  • Child protection systems
  • Child trafficking and exploitation
  • Medical evaluation and treatment of child sexual abuse
  • Court preparation for child witnesses
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