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Friday, 08 May 2015 14:00

Child Abuse : Raping the innocents

The recent case of Kevin and Yoven Teeroovengadum left the country stunned. Who would think that parents would ill-treat their children in such a way?  The United Nations (UN) (1989) declared that any form of violence, mental or physical, neglecting or abandonment, exploitation or mistreatment and sexual violence is considered as child abuse. Zoom in this social issue.
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Today, Mauritius, our beloved island, has become a developed and modern place where foreigners work and choose to settle.
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Sunday, 26 August 2012 12:00

Get tough with child abuse

The caring of our children is an important factor for all of us who have responsibilities as good parents.
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Child Abuse has been known to have serious physical and psychosocial consequences which can adversely affect the health and development of an individual. Background or fundamental social factors beyond the control of families, such as poverty, inaccessible healthcare, inadequate nutrition, and unavailability of education can be contributing factors to child abuse.
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