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Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism: Kenya

by ANPPCAN in 2015

ECPAT and ANPPCAN Regional Office carried out research on the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism in Kenya in 2015. The purpose of the research was to strengthen the evidence-base and to raise awareness and build consensus on priority actions needed in law and policy reform. The research also aimed at identifying programmes and services that governments, the tourist industry and civil society organisations should implement in order to prevent and eliminate sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism.

Available in: English


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