ChildFund India and KSCPCR join forces for children’s safer digital future

ChildFund India and the Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR) have partnered to promote awareness about children’s internet safety.

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ChildFund India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR) to safeguard children from online threats and to promote a safer digital environment. The following effort will promote awareness through workshops and seminars, allowing the entire community to spot possible threats in the digital realm more quickly.

This significant step will improve the government’s efforts to create a better and more secure digital future for children in Karnataka since children spend considerable time online, exposing them to threats such as dangerous material, cyberbullying, online abuse, and exploitation.

Shri. K. Naganna Gowda, Honorable Chairman of KSCPCR, emphasised the need to preserve children’s rights because of the rising frequency of sexual abuse and exploitation online. He also believes that this partnership is essential because they would work together to establish safer online platforms for children and ensure that abusers are brought to justice. Mr Rajesh Ranjan Singh, a member of the board of ChildFund India, also expressed his appreciation for the collaboration.