» From domestic abuse
» Working with parents and faith leaders
» Challenging practices rooted in beliefs and faiths
» Raising awareness of children's rights
» Victims are estimated to be in forced labour.
» Identify signs and suspected cases
» Supporting victims and families
» Report to authorities
Female Genital Mutilation
» The procedure is done for non-medical reasons
» It has no health benefits
» Can cause severe bleeding
» Linked to complications in childbirth
BRING ABOUT CHANGE!
Our child protection team can offer help and advice on how to protect children in our communities. We realise that happy and healthy children whose rights are protected can achieve full potential.
» Every child deserves respect and to be treated justly and with dignity.
» They must enjoy a world that is free from child abuse.
Achieve big things with First class Child Protection on your side.
FGM (Female genital mutilation) is usually carried out on young girls between infancy and the age of 15. NHS defines (FGM) as procedure where the female genitals are deliberately cut, injured or changed for no medical reason. It's also known as "female circumcision".
Founded in 2013 and based in Luton, United Kingdom, Protect Project is a trusted registered charity for African people to meet, discover, and advocate for child protection in their communities.
The charity was founded as a response to the Government's National Action Plan to tackle child abuse linked to faith or belief. Protect Project comply to higher standards of excellence.
Protect Project aims to protect African children from cultural and faith practices such as witchcraft, FGM (Female Genital Mutilation), child trafficking, domestic abuse and all other forms of child abuse.