Best Practice Documents

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A Holistic Guide on Trauma Informed Care for Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation

Through this document, we endeavor to share our learnings from the field about the mental health needs of the victims of commercial sexual exploitation. The scope of the document specifically covers the mental health needs of a victim prior to their rescue as well as during the process of rehabilitation, while they reside in child care institutions. The aim of this document is to encourage and equip the stakeholders specifically social workers, caregivers, and other non-mental health professionals who interact with victims of commercial sexual exploitation with an understanding of the victim’s psycho-social needs along with practical suggestions on managing challenges arising from these needs.

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Mental Health at Child Care Institutions during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a significant impact in all areas of life. While we grapple with the health and economic impact of the pandemic, its profound effect on our mental health remains under-addressed. This is especially true for children, who often remain silent victims of any calamity.
As we closely work with children residing in Child Care Institutions (CCI), we have been able to observe the pandemic’s impact on their mental health as well as the mental health of the caregivers that work closely with them. To address this and shed more light on the issue we developed a guide documenting our observations and suggestions of practical strategies that can be used.

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Life Skills Education Module : Peer Pressure

Prerana believes that life skills education is an important tool to empower children to become independent and self-sufficient. This module focuses on peer pressure. It was facilitated by Prerana in one of the Homes that we work with. The session has been discussed in detail in this document.

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Communicating Sensitively with Children

Through this document, we aim to provide assistance to stakeholders and caregivers on how to sensitively interact with children residing in child care institutions. This document is in no way an exhaustive list but a work in progress.

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Life Skills Education Module : Discrimination

Prerana believes that life skills education is an important tool to empower children to become independent and self-sufficient. This module focuses on understanding discrimination. It was facilitated by Prerana in one of the Homes that we work with. The session has been discussed in detail in this document.

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Module: Consumer Rights

Prerana conducted some sessions on ‘Consumer Rights’ for the children who we closely work with. The sessions aimed at educating the children on their rights as consumers, and the means of redressal if the rights are infringed. The sessions were conducted for children between the age groups of 12-18 years. They can be modified to suit children/individuals of different age groups. At the end of this document, a brief note on the introduction and evolution of consumer rights is also provided.

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Safety Guidelines for Resident Girls of Naunihal

This document has evolved some safety tips or guidelines for the children who are stepping outside of Child Care Institutions for any educational and/or vocational purposes. The caregivers can use these guidelines in orienting the child before they start stepping out of the Home.

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Best Practice Guide for Case Workers

The ‘Best Practice Guide for Case Workers’ is Prerana’s humble attempt to evolve a user-friendly and practical protocol on providing victim assistance services in the legal sphere to child victims of sex trafficking based on its ground-level experience of more than two decades. 

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