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Integrated education and communication for children, family and community members should be implemented”, adds Mr Hoi.
The report also indicates that children in difficult circumstances and in the indigenous places such as rural, mountainous areas or even orphanages tend to become the targeted destination of foreign child sex offenders.
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.
The four-country report presents an overview of the findings of four separate surveys conducted in Thailand, Lao, Cambodia and Vietnam between 20.
The respondents consisted of school children, street and working children, parents and relatives, friends of children, duty bearers, hotel owners, orphaned and abandoned children and men pursuing girls for sex.
In Vietnam, the study took place in District 4 and 8 in Ho Chi Minh City and in Do Son and Thuy Nguyen districts in Hai Phong.“Limited understanding of child sexual abuse by children and adults means that cases can go undetected,” says Aarti Kapoor, Regional Program Manager, Project Childhood.
Vietnamese parents even were unable to clearly verbalise behaviours or identify examples of child sexual abuse.
The report finds that of all the groups interviewed, parents had the lowest levels of understanding on the issue of child sexual abuse.
Through the increased knowledge of law enforcement and stronger regional and international cooperation, governments are better equipped to identify and counter child sexual exploitation.