The initiative was launched following a video that went viral on social media of children being bullied by their fellow colleagues on a school bus.
Seven students that were involved in the viral bullying video have been reffered to court by Kalba's Public Prosecution.
The video showed graphic details of a student hitting another student, and pulling her hair.
Jawaher said, “I never hesitated to do it but I wanted to share and spread awareness even though people said it sounds risky and some people thought I wanted to make money out of it. I never wanted any of it, I wanted people to know about what’s happening inside school. I really felt proud for posting it and tried my best… even students and the school texted saying that they’re really happy…”
Quaden Bayles, the nine-year-old boy who in a heart-wrenching video said he wanted to kill himself after being bullied at school, had the "best day of his life" when he led out an all-star rugby league team in Australia on Saturday.