Call a local child helpline. They can guide you on what to do, including contacting police or other authorities.
Contact a specialised police unit dealing with child abuse and neglect. Phone numbers can be found on your local police website and at every police station.
Contact the children’s ombudsperson in your country. It is an official authority who can take concrete actions to protect a child against further harm.
Speak to someone you trust if you are unsure what to do.
SOS Children’s Villages is committed to reducing incidents of violence and harm against children in our programmes. To report a child safety concern involving SOS Children’s Villages, you can use our reporting channel.