Addressing the launching ceremony, MOLISA Minister Dao Ngoc Dung said that the hotline is a special public service that receives information, notifications and denunciations related to child abuse and violence.
The hotline contributes to fostering coordination among State agencies, organisations and inpiduals in verifying information to promptly provide support services to protect children.
Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam (third, from left) launches the hotline for children protection (source: Tuoi Tre News)
The hotline will also supply legal information and consultations as well as policies, knowledge and skills of observing children’s rights, and giving advice on children’s psychology for children’s care givers, he said.
Dung expressed his belief that the hotline will become a helpful tool companying children and saving them from all forms of violence and abuse.
On the occasion, the minister called on all agencies, organisations and inpiduals to make full use of hotline 111 to raise their voice denouncing all violence and abuse targeting children, and seek relevant knowledge.
On behalf of the National Committee for Children, Dung briefed participants on major contents of the action plan for 2018, focusing on fostering coordination among relevant parties in implementing children protection programmes and projects, and building a healthy environment for children’s optimal development.