Child Helpline International and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) have joined hands to protection and support victims and survivors of online child sexual exploitation and abuse. Our 27 month programme will implement the WePROTECT Global Alliance Model National Response, helping five focus countries to build and deliver a coordinated response when tackling online child sexual exploitation and abuse.

This important programme would not have been possible without the financial support provided by the Fund to End Violence Against Children.

“ACT to EVAC – preventing online child sexual abuse and exploitation.”

Being part of the ACT to EVAC programme has made me realise all over again how important it is to collaborate in order to create safe environments for children.

“Together as a team we are determined to leave no stone unturned in ensuring child safety online.”

I consider myself lucky to be part of the Youth Advisory Council of Child Helpline International – who over the years have made it a point to be #Youth-centrist in their decision-making.

Exciting times ahead as ICMEC joins Child Helpline International in Amsterdam

Coming all the way from Alexandria, Virginia, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children were warmly welcomed by our team in Amsterdam to hammer out a strategy for our 27 month programme that commits to prevent and support survivors of online child sexual exploitation and abuse.

Teaming up with ICMEC to support child survivors of sexual exploitation and abuse

Child Helpline International and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) proudly join forces to protect and support child survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation.