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We don’t just give students an education and experiences that set them up for success in Child Safeguarding; we help them succeed in their career—and create a safe haven for children and vulnerable adults to flourish.
What is the problem?
The extent of child abuse in African church is yet to be known although the revelations of child abuse in the Global North have caused jitters. However, the Church in Africa is still not ready to deal with this situation and there is remarkable fear expressed by many people including…
We boast of diverse experiences from our team. Our main aim is to provide quality education for the contemporary world.
We tailor our education towards building a safe haven for children to grow and develop ethical values.
JCSA offers this course in collaboration with Hekima University College, a State of the Art College in Kenya.
Students have flexible options in undertaking their studies; either full-time, part-time, in-person or online study options.
Why choose Jesuit Centre for Safeguarding in Africa?
To generate robust support and leadership by the Church in upholding the values of sanctity of human life and dignity for children and vulnerable adults in Africa and in the universal church.
This will involve setting up of the CoP structure as an online engagement platform for safeguarding personnel, practitioners, religious and lay scholars in the church. Recruitment and enrolment of members will precede the engagement which will be around identified themes such as the relationship between culture and safeguarding, leadership and community engagement among others. It is envisaged that this would contribute to the creation of an effective movement with a shared culture and mindset as a means of modelling that mindset in the wider church.
Donation helps save the vulnerable
Donations help to safeguard children and vulnerable adults. A dollar will help in capacity building among caregivers and child protection officers.
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