JP BAYLY TRUST Child Rights Protection Policy
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All members of JP Bayly Trust staff and volunteers have a common commitment to the prevention of abuse of all forms and the protection of human rights. The common values, principles and beliefs will be taken to ensure that the young women (girl child) especially children are protected during all activities undertaken by JP Bayly Trust or where a member of staff or volunteer has a serious concern regarding the welfare or treatment of the young women or child.


The Bayly Welfare Suva receives approximately 50 new cases, Lautoka Centre 40 and Labasa 30 cases per month for assistance. These numbers continue to grow and the type of assistance requested is mostly food, education and housing.


The families that we assist are unable to even afford to put food on the table or meet the educational costs for their children. This is where the JP Bayly Trust steps in.


We provide these children with school fees, uniforms, text books, bags, footwear and anything else the student may require. We have distributed $F68, 147 directly towards Bayly Education Programme in 2011, $F60, 718 in 2012 and $88,173 in 2013.