|Country||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Year||2016 - 2019|
|Type of Measure||Prevention > Awareness-raising /Campaigns|
|Form of Violence||Violence against women and girls|
The Child Affairs Division and the Office of the Prime Minister in collaboration with UNICEF launched the "Unite Against Child Abuse" Campaign in 2016. The campaign included:
- Child Abuse Training for 500+ bus drivers, 244 officers of Student Support Services Division and 360 Early Childhood Care and Education teachers.
- Cricket West Indies Collaboration to train over 400+ cricket coaches in child protection methods dubbed "Fair Play". This training is now mandatory for all cricket coaches.
- Awareness and Education strategies including:
(i) The development of a Child Abuse Workbook delivered to every Form 1 student in the country;
(ii) Child Abuse Posters in every school, Library and Health Centre in the country;
(iii) 40 billboards in every regional district; and
(iv) 9 Public Transport Service Corporation Buses wrapped with child protection artwork designed by children.