Speak openly to your children about sexual related issues-NSAAC
August 14, 2018 4:27 am
Eighty nine cases of indecent touching were recorded in Primary schools and eighty one in secondary education from July 2016 to June last year.
National Substance Abuse Advisory Council chief executive, Manoa Senikarawa says these cases were reported to the Council by school heads from about eighty percent of the schools in the country.
He says this is a serious issue and a challenge for parents and guardians.
”They should feel free to share with us and at the same time while we have that open line of communication with our kids we then can be able to share with them things that they need to be aware of that will safeguard them as they live our homes to go out into the world outside there.”
Senikarawa is advising parents to speak to their children on this issue and also encourage them to openly share their ideas and troubles.