This report is a first attempt to document child sexual exploitation in its
various manifestations. It provides evidence on the scale of the problem
and on what works in preventing and responding to child sexual
exploitation, and signals the areas where greater commitment is required.
The evidence presented in the report provides African governments and
their partners with useful information that they can use for law and
policy reform, programme development, and advocacy for a world free
from violence.

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