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The End CSEC Network Malaysia consists of three organisations: Protect and Save
the Children Association; Majlis Kabajikan Kanak-Kanak Malaysia (Malaysian Council for Child Welfare); and Good Shepherd Services.
Protect and Save the Children (P.S. The Children) is a non-profit organisation that envisions a world that upholds the right and dignity of every child from sexual abuse and exploitation – where culture that excuses nobody from sexual crime and violence, where communities not only have the courage to speak up, but are also committed to reach out. It advocates, educates and offers case management support and therapy to those who have been sexually abused and exploited.
The Malaysian Council for Child Welfare provides care and runs welfare homes for abandoned children, conducts operational research and development – new initiatives/ emerging issues (e.g. human trafficking), CSEC, advocacy and IEC (information, education and communication).
Good Shepherd Services provides residential programmes to women and girls who experience crisis situations, providing a safe haven and temporary shelter to enable them to heal and recover from their traumatic experiences. Good Shepherd Services also operate a hostel for primary school children from rural communities in the Sabah region to provide them with temporary accommodation whilst they go to a nearby primary school. Good Shepherd Services engages with the government and NGOs on implementation of child protection policies in homes and shelters.
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