Monday, November 22, 2010

Hapuskan Penderaan terhadap Kanak-Kanak !

unicef

kes penderaan kanak-kanak bukanlah satu perkara baru di dalam negera kita, ini ditunjukkan dengan meningkatnya kes penderaan kanak-kanak di Malaysia sejak beberapa tahun yang lalu. Di dalam hal ini, kita semua perlulah bertanggunjawab bersama-sama menghentikan Penderaan terhadap kanak-kanak. kita semua perlu sedar bahawa hal ini bukanlah satu isu yang kecil malah ia juga pernah dibicarakan di dalam Parlimen malaysia. telah pelbagai kes penderaan kanak-kanak yang telah kita dengar seperti anak dipukul bapa sehingga cedera malah ada juga yang sampai mati. oleh itu saya www.uzairothman.blogspot.com sangat menyokong satu kempen yang telah dianjurkan oleh UNICEF iaitu Get On Board, Stop Child Abuse (UNICEF).anda juga boleh berusaha untuk menghentikan kes penderaan kanak-kanak ini dengan mendaftar dan menyokong kempen ini melalui link ini
http://www.uniteagainstabuse.my/register





video itu bukanlah sekadar untuk ditonton saja,sebenarnya kita rakyat malaysia perlulah mengambil iktibar diatas kes-kes yang berlaku seperti di dalam video tersebut malah kita juga perlu peka dalam hal ini. kita juga perlu menguatkan ilmu pengetahuan kita dalam kes penderan kanak-kanak. ini kerana kes ini bukan sahaja dilakukan dengan cara fizikal, malah ia juga mampu dilakukan secara emosi dan pelbagai lagi..oleh itu sekali lagi saya sarankan kepada rakan-rakan supaya kita bersama-sama menyokong kempen ini supaya tidak ada lagi kes-kes penderaan terhadap kanak-kanak berlaku lagi..











Adakah anda tahu bahawa kes-kes gangguan diterhadap kanak-kanak di Malaysia terus meningkat?

General Statistics
According to the Department of Social Welfare, 1,999 and 2,279 incidents of child abuse were reported in 2006 and 2007, respectively.

In 2008, the number of child abuse reports went up to 2,780. This figure included 952 cases of neglect, 863 cases of physical abuse and 733 cases of sexual abuse.

Incest accounted for 529 cases, which amounts to 72% of the sexual abuse cases reported in 2008. In the same year, 58 cases of abandoned babies were also reported.

Statistics in 2008 also show that out of the 2,780 child abuse incidents reported in Malaysia, 772 offenders were mothers of the victims, while 494 cases were attributed to fathers of the victims.

Statistics show that there has been a rise in reported child abuse incidents. Moreover, these numbers could merely be the tip of the iceberg because many cases are believed to have gone unreported. Some may even have been reported to the authorities but remain unproven.

Neglect is the most common form of child abuse in Malaysia, followed by physical abuse and sexual abuse. Failure to provide care and supervision has become the most frequent cause of death among children.

What is most disturbing is that many child abusers are parents, immediate family members, relatives or foster parents of the victims themselves.

Child abuse is an offence in Malaysia, punishable under the Child Act (2001) and the Penal Code (revised 1997). Offenders may be liable to a maximum fine of RM50,000 or to imprisonment of up to 20 years, or both depending on the offence. Offenders may also be punished with whipping in addition to the fine and/or imprisonment.

The situation of child abuse in Malaysia has reached alarming proportions. We, as a community, need to work together to check this trend and to end child abuse through:

Increased public awareness and debate of the issue at all levels;
Deeper engagement, commitment and involvement in the cause;
Being active and proactive, and not keeping silent about abuse.



jadi apa yang kita perlu lakukan ialah kita mestilah menghentikan penderaan kanak-kanak dan menyokong kempen yang dilakukan oleh UNICEF.anda juga boleh sebarkan info ini melalui link ini

http://uniteagainstabuse.my/share/spread

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