(Obliterating Child Abuse)


We realized that children as weak individuals are very vulnerable to violence. Children should be protected and have a full sense of security, both in the family and in the community. Throughout 2020, there were many cases of child abuse in Indonesia. Especially during this pandemic where people have to spend most of their time at home, it makes people more comfortable to be frustrated. The children often become the object to release the stress of their parents and the family. The chance of children getting abused is high during this time.

Therefore, SCORP CIMSA Unimal held a webinar to educate the society, who were reached through social media to find out more about child abuse. In daily life, there may be many people who have become victims of child abuse or even become perpetrators of child abuse due to ignorance, which leads child abuse to an endless cycle.

This series of activities were held through Air Campaigns and Webinars. From November 9th to November 12th, 2020, questionnaires in google form were distributed to obtain primary data. The distribution of this questionnaire aims to see and assess society's knowledge about child abuse. On November 26th, 2020, there was a distribution of infographics about child abuse and a poster of our event through social media on Instagram by SCORP members. 

The ORCA webinar activity was held on November 28th, 2020. This webinar was open to all of society. This activity is associated with Sahabat Kapas and the Yayasan Rumah Impian Indonesia as the speaker, sponsored by By.U and shared by Seminar Land and Webinar Nasional. 

This webinar was hosted by Maulana Arya Jimbaran, a senior at SCORP CIMSA Unimal. The speaker from Sahabat Kapas was Uthie Awamiroh, and from Yayasan Rumah Impian Indonesia was Agita Dwi Erawati. During the activity, the participants were very enthusiastic about participating in the webinar. It can be seen from the numerous incoming questions sent to the committee. 

Through this activity, we hope that participants can understand more about child abuse and have an awareness of what efforts can be made to prevent this adverse action from happening, especially in the smallest family environment.


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