It takes a world to end sexual exploitation of children

In 2017, World Vision in the Philippines launched its global campaign to end sexual exploitation against children. World Vision is committed to stand and speak out to protect children from harm, grieving with the abused and seeking restoration.

World Vision/March 22, 2017



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