Disrupting Harm in Mozambique is an evidence-led report that outlines the harrowing realities of online sexual exploitation and abuse of children in Mozambique.
In early 2019, the End Violence Partnership invested $7 million to develop Disrupting Harm, a holistic and innovative research project that aims to better understand how digital technology facilitates the sexual exploitation and abuse of children.
The Partnership brought together and funded three global organisations – ECPAT International, INTERPOL and the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti – to undertake new research in 13 countries across Eastern and Southern Africa and Southeast Asia.
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Available in: English, Portuguese