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Some Caribbean countries have some excellent programmes; though they could be strengthened to specifically address CSA. Our recommendations include 1. promotion of safe sexual lifestyles and effective sexual health education through the intensification of the implementation of the Health and Family Life Education Programmes; 2. development of sustained programmes aimed at changing male behaviours, attitudes and values which contribute to harmful sexual Preventing Child Sexual Abuse 41 behaviours (with involvement from the media and communication sectors), development underpinned by research on outcomes; 3.
Although her church is very supportive, this is not something she feels she can get its help with. In Ayesha’s life changes to any one or a number of the variables in the grid might have changed the trajectory of her abuse experience. For example, had she had a non-abusing parent who believed her, who was empowered to take action, and had Ayesha had access to effective professional child-protection support, the abuse may not have been any less traumatic, but long-term psychological damage is likely to have been reduced, and she may have been protected against further abuse.
Age, gender and some disabilities), situational variables such as poverty, gender inequality, domestic abuse, homelessness, lack of education, poor health and inadequate social support (all potential risk factors because they impede development and functioning and can increase susceptibility to harm) are amenable to modification in ways that can expand the child protection net more widely. The question is whether we can maintain our attention to risk and vulnerability as it affects the individual child while at the same time broadening our gaze so as to tackle modifiable risk factors and prevent the sexual abuse of more children.