Child Sex Tourism Prevention
Because this crime is committed overseas, the vast majority of these tourists, many of whom come from western countries, see no prosecution or any other form of legal consequence for their actions. To read more, click here.
World Vision's work to prevent child sex tourism
As part of its commitment to protecting children, World Vision has joined forces with national governments, law enforcement agencies, and other organizations to combat child sex tourism.
As part of Operation Predator, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) established a partnership with World Vision. World Vision’s role in this partnership is its “Child Sex Tourism Prevention Project.” Funded by private donations and a grant from the U.S. State Department, the project aims to deter potential child sex tourists before they harm children, and provide assistance to U.S. law enforcement agencies in their work to identify and apprehend offenders. To read more, click here.
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>> Information about partners of the Child Sex Tourism Prevention Project.
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