Child abuse is one of the major problems facing the world. Child abuse is prevalent in the society in both developing and developed world. It is a major problem which not effective prevention strategies have been found despite persisting for many years (Bethea, 1999). Child abuse comes with devastating effects considering its impact on children. Children who are abused at their early stages have been shown to develop social and learning problems, and they are also likely to become child abusers. While child who are abused shows signs of recovery with time, experts have pointed out that it is important to come up with strategies that prevent occurrence of abuse rather than trying to help children who are already victims of child abuse. Therefore, this study will employ primary passive and active prevention strategies in order to prevent any occurrence of child abuse.