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A recent umbrella review by Van Ijzendoorn and colleagues (2020) in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry of our capacity to reduce the harmful effect of intergenerational abuse led him to state  β€˜the scarcity of evidence-based means to break the circle of maltreatment is deplorable. Child maltreatment is a widespread global phenomenon affecting the lives of millions of children all over the world, which is a betrayal of the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (United Nations 1989)’ particularly Article 19: Children’s right to be protected from violence and have their voices heard'.

We have taken up this challenge by evaluating the value of modular approaches to intervention to prevent the harmful effects of Maltreatment and ACEs which are exaggerated in these days of Covid 19 lock down.

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