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Our local leaders will introduce you to rice farmers in Sapa and fishermen on the Mekong Delta.They’ll guide you through the Cu Chi Tunnels, point out Nha Trang’s best beaches and take you on a rooftop bar crawl through Ho Chi Minh City. Project Childhood brought together World Vision and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to address the serious issue of sexual exploitation of children in tourism.The project worked in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam and took a dual prevention and protection approach.When we think of moped shoals in Ho Chi Minh City or cloth merchants in Hoi An, it’s the flavours we remember best.A crusty Bánh mì or streetside pho, seafood cù lao hotpots and (scarily addictive) condensed milk coffee. But unlike other operators, we won’t just drop you in Ha Long Bay and call it a day.The report finds that of all the groups interviewed, parents had the lowest levels of understanding on the issue of child sexual abuse.
The report also finds that children and their families had a limited understanding of what child sexual abuse was and how they could prevent it.We also cannot impose or prohibit children from their desire of exploring the world by using internet and technology.Integrated education and communication for children, family and community members should be implemented”, adds Mr Hoi.What’s more, children’s risk related to accessing the internet was highlighted.According to the Vietnamese survey, all of the interviewed students brought their cell phones to school.
“Sexually abusive acts, such as uploading child abuse images via sex websites or sex chatting with children or forcing children to reveal their bodies via webcam, are not generally recognised as forms of sexual abuse.