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“People tell themselves it’s not abuse, because the perpetrator isn’t touching the children,” Dr Tan says.
Inside the small single room house, they found an unusual amount of computer equipment: laptops, webcams and a Wi-Fi router.Many parents living here are unemployed or have unstable work, such as casual manual labour.Children play in the streets, and alcohol and drug abuse are rife.During the raid, the police seized the laptops as evidence and arrested the operator.The children were rescued by a social worker and brought to the Child Protection Unit at Philippine General Hospital in Manila.The standard of English is very high and child sex offenders have been visiting since the 1970s.
There’s a large Filipino diaspora that regularly sends money home from abroad.
“Any children under the age of 18 who are used for pornographic performances or materials are victims.” “Any image or video of child abuse is documented evidence of a crime in process.
The production and distribution of these child sexual abuse and exploitation materials – whether in print, online, or live-streamed – represent a violation of fundamental human rights, and these children need to be protected.” One evening in 2014, Philippines police raided an ordinary looking home in the slums of Manila.
These areas have been the focus of arrests and interventions.
UNICEF Philippines is conducting research on the issue, funding training for police and NGOs, helping to establish a national helpline, and advocating for stronger national policies.
They called her ‘Auntie’ although she was not a blood relative.