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About Molo Songololo Molo Songololo is a non-profit child rights organisation that strives to advance children’s rights to ensure their protection, development, survival and participation through education, training, advocacy and support services. Key concerns for the organisation include: • The high levels of human rights abuses and crimes committed against children; • The lack of services for the care and protection of poor and vulnerable children; and • The impact of poverty related condition, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and violence on children. The programmes and activities of the organisation include the following: • Child rights and responsibility education for children; • Life-skills and leadership development for children; • Facilitating child participation in law reform process and in public & social forums; • Providing direct support to child victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking; • Advocacy and lobbying for the care and protection of vulnerable children; • Public awareness and education concerning child rights and protection; • Building capacity of service providers through training workshops; • Creating strategic intervention at community, national and international levels; and • Conducting research on trafficking in children. Since the release of its research report, TRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN FOR THE PURPOSES OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION – SOUTH AFRICA, 2000; the organisation has increased its efforts to create strategic intervention for the prevention of these human rights abuses against children.

What to do about Trafficking in persons - Resource Manual produced by Molo Songololo & UNODC

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Resource Manual  

What to do about Trafficking in persons - Resource Manual produced by Molo Songololo & UNODC 1 Produced by © Molo Songololo 2007 A resou...

Resource Manual  

What to do about Trafficking in persons - Resource Manual produced by Molo Songololo & UNODC 1 Produced by © Molo Songololo 2007 A resou...

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