Helpline : 1121
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Chair Person
Minister of Social Welfare

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Syed Nazar Hussain Shah
Secretary of Social Welfare

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Ijaz Muhammad Khan
Dy/Chief Protection Officer



ABOUT KPCPWC


OUR VISION

A CHILD SENSITIVE SOCIETY WHERE CHILDREN ARE ENJOYING THEIR RIGHTS OF PROTECTION, SURVIVAL, DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION WITHOUT ANY DISCRIMINATION



OUR Mission

WE INSPIRE AND LEAD STAKEHOLDERS IN GOVERNMENT, CIVIL SOCIETY AND COMMUNITIES THROUGH INNOVATIVE INITIATIVES IN THE AREAS OF RESEARCH, POLICY, CAPACITY
BUILDING AND SERVICE STANDARDS TO ENSURE THE PROTECTION AND WELFARE OF CHILDREN IN KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA.




WHAT WE DO?


Child Protection & Welfare are typically established to safeguard the rights and well-being of children, address issues related to child abuse and exploitation etc, and promote child welfare through various initiatives and programs

Identification & Reporting of Children at Risk

The commission collaborates with stakeholders to identify at-risk children, potentially victims of abuse, child labor, or trafficking, and ensures their situations are reported to the appropriate authorities.

Coordination with Judiciary

KPCPWC collaborates closely with the judiciary to ensure the effective implementation of the Child Protection Act of 2010. This coordination plays a pivotal role in safeguarding the rights and welfare of children within the legal framework.

Rehabilitation and Reunification of Unaccompanied and Separated Children

The RRUSC critical aspects of child welfare and protection. These processes aim to provide support and care for children who have been separated from their families or guardians due to various circumstances.

Emergency Preparation and Response

The KPCPWC is actively involved in emergency preparation and response related to child protection and welfare in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region.

Antibeggary Operation

KPCPWC plays a pivotal role in antibeggary operations by enforcing child protection laws, identifying and rehabilitating children involved in begging, and raising awareness to prevent child exploitation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Training and Capacity Building

KPCPWC is actively engaged in training and capacity building to enhance the skills and knowledge of stakeholders, professionals, and communities involved in child protection and welfare.

How can you help?


Whenever any harm happens to children, it is important to take care of the child and follow the Child Rights laws. Call our helpline number 1121.
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BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Individuals with relevant skills and experience can offer their time and expertise by volunteering with the commission.

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Community Engagement

Engaging with local communities to create awareness about child protection and welfare issues and encouraging them to support KPCPWC's initiatives.

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Supporting Helplines

Encouraging the use of helpline services provided by KPCPWC for reporting child protection concerns and emergencies.