A crime or serious offence known as child sexual abuse (CSA) occurs when a kid is subjected to sexual activity that they do not completely understand and for which they are unable to offer informed permission. It is an infringement on a child's fundamental human rights. CSA is frequently shrouded in silence, which can happen for a variety of reasons, such as the family's silence or the child's fear that reporting the incident will lead to further punishment. It can also happen because it is difficult to diagnose CSA, notify the parents, and because there aren't any standardised and efficient tools for handling cases properly in the health system.
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