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As we celebrate Human Rights Day this December 10th, it’s good to also reflect on how we are working to ensure that human rights are able to be enjoyed by everyone and are truly universal.
Sexual exploitation of children is one of the most heinous crimes in the world today as it targets the most vulnerable members of society – the children. Cyberspace has provided an easier and wider platform for it, and COVID-19 has made it worse – including at its epicenter in the Philippines. What can be done about it?
“These lessons will help me, if in my family, we have these problems. Also, I will not be afraid to provide help and I will be able to help others too…”
Respectfully adopting the Bunong word ‘Jahoo’ meaning female Gibbon, World Hope is working alongside the Indigenous Community Committee (ICC) towards a low impact, eco-tourism plan, enhancing both the previous business model and camp facilities for future visitors…
Discover what World Hope is doing among the indigenous Bunong communities in Mondulkiri, Cambodia, to combat deforestation & poaching, preserve their cultural heritage & raise important social issues, provide access to clean water and education, and more…