Keeping safe from abuse - Lao language

With the increase in international tourism in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region has come an increase in the vulnerability of children in these areas. Families relocate to these tourist destinations in order to make money, and as a result, children working in these areas in order to help their families are both less likely to be attending school and are left vulnerable to sex trafficking and abuse. 

This toolkit provides sessions, plans, and tools that facilitators can use to educate and equip children and young people with age-appropriate knowledge and skills to identify, prevent, and stop sexual abuse. World Vision's research shows that communities are not aware about how child sexual abuse can happen. This training will enable facilitators to teach children to identify risky situations, prevent abuse, and report ongoing abuse.