Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth in Asia: Directory of Organizations
UN, 2003 - Social Science - 282 pages
In the Asian and Pacific region, there are an estimated one million child victims of sexual exploitation, and this problem is becoming particularly acute in the developing countries of the region due to rapid social and economic change. Despite the increasing severity of the problem, a wide gap still exists between the service needs of these children and young people and the availability of such services. This directory contains details of medical and psychosocial services and organisations working to combat sexual abuse and exploitation in the region. The publication has three main aims: to help service providers identify existing service provision, to help victims to access services, and to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and resources within the region.
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