Free examination provided to kids suffering child abuse

Under the guideline of People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City’s district 12, 18 kids who suffered child abuse in Mam Xanh daycare center in the district have been gratis examined in local infirmary.
 

The photo cut from the clip shows teacher tortureed children in the daycare center

The photo cut from the clip shows teacher tortureed children in the daycare center

District hospital Director Nhan To Tai yesterday said doctors examined the children, victims of child abuse in Mam Xanh daycare center in the district, for effect of child maltreatment as per the guideline.
Doctors not only checked kids by carrying out test but also provide consultation to their parents.
Isolated rooms were arranged for examination of abused children. Dr. Tai said a few kids had bruise but no one showed psychological and mental effects.
The hospital and local administrations encouraged parents to take their kids for medical check-ups to discover possible psychological effects.
As per the article on Sai Gon Giai Phong newspaper on November 26, Pham Thi My Linh, born in 1974 from the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong and her assistants were filmed physically abusing kids in their daycare center.
The clip showed the owner and two assistants kicked on children’s back and hit toddlers with plastic casks. Police investigators soon apprehended the three women and began to prosecute them.

By THANH AN – Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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