This Advocacy Brief aims to support civil society organizations to improve legal, policy and other responses to child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) in Kenya.

It is an output of the Enhancing Policy Responses to Addressing Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Kenya project which Equality Now and TRACE Kenya implemented in 2022. The project examined existing laws, policies and programs that prevent CSEA and protect children in Kenya, assessing their content and enforcement to provisions in international and regional treaties and good practice. Key legal, policy and program issues were also identified from existing research and expertise1 and from local stakeholders with on-the-ground experience and expertise on CSEA.

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