With the progress we are making in the Philippines towards child protection, our field partner Honor 1000 was invited to be part of Loyola Heights’ Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC). During one of the meetings, we were involved in discussing plans and activities that the local leaders can implement to further protect children from abuse and exploitation. In these partnerships and opportunities, we consistently raise awareness against human trafficking and OSEC in the Philippines.
We encourage local leaders and community volunteers to take action and protect the most vulnerable. We thank the leaders of Loyola Heights for recognizing our work and giving us a platform that enables us to be a voice against the exploitation of children.
2023 will see Captivating fund education and awareness programs reaching 30,000 women and students in locations considered significantly at risk of cybersex crime and human trafficking.
In light of the rising incidence of human trafficking and cybersex crimes in the Philippines, our implementing team — Honor 1000 — continues to run Cybersex and Trafficking Awareness programs throughout the country.
4200+ Students Empowered to Protect Themselves Online
We are dedicated to expanding our Online Sexual Abuse or Exploitation of Children Awareness (OSAEC) campaign and reaching more schools. Just recently, we reached out to Benigno Aquino Elementary School and Pagalanggang Elementary School.