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Children are often the forgotten victims of domestic abuse, said the manager of MCI (Mayo Children’s Initiative), the first and only project in the country to put the needs and rights of children living with domestic abuse centre stage.
Emily Logan, Ireland’s Ombudsman for Children, will be the special guest of honour at the Mayo Children’s Initiative (MCI) information Open Day on Friday April 27 next, at MCI’s offices at 15-20 Sean Bhaile, Castle Street, Castlebar, starting at 11am.
AIB in Mayo will award €60,000 to 18 local projects that benefit children through the AIB Better Ireland funding projects.
For the first time in Ireland, there is a project specifically dedicated to addressing the needs of children and young people living with domestic violence and family conflict.
Local communities across the county will have the final say in selecting the children's projects to receive funding from the AIB Better Ireland Programme 2009 /2010 as voting commenced this week.
Mayo Children's Initiative (MCI) will be launched today, February 19 at 11am at Ballyheane Community Centre, outside Castlebar. This is the first time in Ireland that efforts are being made to address the issue of children's experience of domestic violence specifically.
AIB’s Better Ireland Programme has announced details of the three children’s projects short listed by each branch for the current 2009/2010 programme.