Background: Child abuse is most often due to the troubles besetting families, which could elevate the dangers to children. These troubles are complicated and interconnected, and require coordinated, holistic responses. toddler abuse and neglect has begun to illustrate linkages among maltreatment and long-term damaging consequences and other social issues. Aim of the study:- In order to assess in order to" Assess the Primary School Teachers' Knowledge Regarding Child Abuse In Kirkuk City" and find out the relationship between Teacher Knowledge and some sociodemographic characteristic Methodology:-A descriptive study was carried out from July 2015 to April 2016.Data are collected through using the constructed questionnaire for the purpose of the study with the use of interview technique. Simple probability random sample of (100) science, manger and physical sport teachers is selected from (34) primary schools in Kirkuk City. A questionnaire is designed of (44) items for data collection. Data are analyzed through the application of the descriptive statistical analysis approach and inferential statistical approach. Frequencies, percentage, mean of score and chi-square. Results:-The findings of the study indicated that majority of the teachers were between age (40-49) years and constitute (44.0%), (54.0%) from teachers were female, (54.0%) were graduate from Institute and (82.0%) from them were married. Conclusions The result of the study find that overall depicts assessment are significant difference between teacher's knowledge and their some demographic data. Recommendation:-The study recommended educational program should be designed to increase people knowledge and awareness about their child abuse. Striking up the center to solve the child's problem. Providing scientific booklet, publication and journal about child abuse and providing the special law to protect the child for abuses.
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Naji Yasser Saadoon, Hewa Sattar Salih. Assessment of Primary School Teachers' Knowledge Regarding Child Abuse in Kirkuk City. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 2017; 10(6): 1929-1933. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00338.9