Community-based Research

Key Factors that Constitute an Effective Assessment Center for OSEC Victim-Survivors in the Philippines.

There are about 750,000 predators online at any given moment of the day who are prowling the internet to gain contact with vulnerable children and to obtain an image and video materials of child pornography (UN 2017). The growing accessibility and availability of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the Philippines, along with the nation’s increasing level of poverty incidence (ADB 2019), paved the way for sexual abuse and exploitation of children to transition to the online domain and for the distribution of such images and videos to reach internationally.

WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00020364

Listening and learning from various entities on the perceived dynamics that help children thrive: Implications for practical action towards holistic mission and discipleship of children

Background of the Study This section is adapted from Menchit Wong’s prospectus for PH CAR Forum entitled, “Moving from Risk to Thriving: On Mission To, For, and With Children-At-Risk” (Wong 2018, 1). The 2010 Third Lausanne Compress on World Evangelization produced the Cape Town Commitment (CTC) Call to Action on Children. This was truly a defining moment in Evangelical Church history.

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WHDL-00014819
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