We conducted an offline internship specifically for facilitators in Panchkula, Chandigarh, and Mohali to specifically do a survey of slums and government areas in the regions. The internship was held with the goal of taking the number of areas, the strength of children and parents, check the education level of students. All of this was done with a greater motive of conducting sex-ed workshops in these areas.

All this information was collected to create a 3-month program for stakeholders to give everyone a sustainable model for the prevention of child sexual abuse. Even during our surveys, we conducted more than 30 workshops, covering hundreds of stakeholders, including children and parents.

The interns had to go through a lot of training, for surveys and facilitation of workshops in the areas, improving public speaking abilities, and persuading stakeholders to engage with the workshops.

All the active participants were also given certifications, for their exemplary performance in the internship.

Bachpan is a child welfare program that was initiated to spread awareness and empower everyone to stand their voice against child sexual assault with the power of ‘education’ and ‘empowerment’.

Contact

8847586324, 8968754477
Sector 21, Panchkula, Haryana 134112

Support

With enthusiastic employees and volunteers, we are ready to support you no matter any time.

Bachpan is a child welfare program that was initiated to spread awareness and empower everyone to stand their voice against child sexual assault with the power of ‘education’ and ‘empowerment’.

Contact

8847586324, 8968754477
Sector 21, Panchkula, Haryana 134112

Support

With enthusiastic employees and volunteers, we are ready to support you no matter any time.

Offline Facilitation Internship – Bachpan India

We conducted an offline internship specifically for facilitators in Panchkula, Chandigarh, and Mohali to specifically do a survey of slums and government areas in the regions. The internship was held with the goal of taking the number of areas, the strength of children and parents, check the education level of students. All of this was done with a greater motive of conducting sex-ed workshops in these areas.

All this information was collected to create a 3-month program for stakeholders to give everyone a sustainable model for the prevention of child sexual abuse. Even during our surveys, we conducted more than 30 workshops, covering hundreds of stakeholders, including children and parents.

The interns had to go through a lot of training, for surveys and facilitation of workshops in the areas, improving public speaking abilities, and persuading stakeholders to engage with the workshops.

All the active participants were also given certifications, for their exemplary performance in the internship.