Santo Domingo.– The National Council for Children and Adolescents (Conani) guaranteed security in shelters and foster homes for children and adolescents.
After the events that occurred in recent days where a teenager fell from a roof of the foster home and later eight teenagers escaped from the same place.
Likewise, the agency reported that work is being done to strengthen the different services of foster homes, expanding the staff with education, training and accompaniment of children.
As well as with designs of action protocols, strengthening of supervision and the use of security cameras “to monitor permanent events in each home.”
“There is no crisis in the Conani, they are normal situations, normal because we are working with the most vulnerable children, girls within the most vulnerable,” said the president of the Cabinet for Children and Adolescents and first lady of the Republic, Raquel Arbaje , at a press conference with Conani authorities.
President of Conani
Luisa Ovando de Sánchez was appointed as the new executive president of the National Council for Children and Adolescents (Conani).