End Violence Against Children Programme – East Asia
Following the successful completion of the End Trafficking in Persons programme, WV launched the End Violence Against Children - East Asia programme to align with the global “It Takes a World” campaign. The goal of this programme is to care for and protect vulnerable children and youth (girls and boys of 12-24 years) from child trafficking, abuse, neglect, exploitation, and all other forms of violence, within supportive families and communities. To achieve this goal, World Vision will leverage and build upon existing strategies and policies in partnership with government, civil society and the private sector.
End Trafficking in Persons (ETIP) Programme
ETIP worked with vulnerable communities and victims at source, transit and destination locations to reintegrate survivors into home communities, empower youth and communities to prevent trafficking, and advocate to influence governments' anti-trafficking policies.
Project Childhood promoted a 'child safe tourism' approach to reduce vulnerability of children in the tourism environment by building resilience of vulnerable communities, enhancing information, reporting and referral structures, supporting the general public and private sector response to sexual exploitation in tourism, and assisting local and national governments.