Child Protection CREED 9:In CHILD DISCIPLINE and DEVELOPMENT ‘INFORMED MOTIVE’ expressed is SUPERIOR to METHOD Employed.

As Child’s Rights and Responsibilities experts, who are well grounded in Communication for Development and Social Empowerment Advocacy, our research reveals that most of the attempts to find lasting solutions to the issue of child discipline and development are largely focused on METHODS of discipline.

Subjecting the efficacy of the foregoing to critical social and legal test, we found that MOTIVE is superior to METHODS. We found that except the custodians of the child, saddled with the responsibility of discipline are established in MOTIVE, they can never effectively prosecute whatever METHODS they are armed with.

One thing that became crystal clear to us is that when the custodians are grounded in MOTIVE, the child will be protected from abuse.

Thank you for visiting today. Think the Child! Think Today! Think the Future!

Have an INSPIRED Day.

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