Expanding and improving the quality of services for child victims of online child sexual exploitation and abuse
The Fund's investments aim to strengthen systems and equip practitioners with the necessary skills to respond to cases of online child sexual exploitation and abuse in a timely, child-friendly and gender-sensitive manner, and to ensure rehabilitation and recovery of child victims.
Recent highlights in this area include:
- 12,042 government officials (including law enforcement and judicial officers) were engaged in capacity-building activities to support survivors of online violence
- Standard operating procedures (SOPs) were either developed or updated by numerous child service provider organisations and institutions, including a new model for child testimony in Mexico
Learn more from a grantee involved in this work through the short video below.