Grace (13) from Tanzania was married off and abused. The four Syrian Nasser sisters have already spent years in a refugee camp in Lebanon, where they do not go to school and traffickers lurk. Jovay (10) from the Philippines was forced into webcam sex and the Cambodian Chan (13) makes long days working on a cassava plantation.
Millions of children are exploited all over the world. They earn a few cents per hour, often work under dangerous and unhealthy conditions and cannot go to school to build a better future.
Terre des Hommes fights for these children. We care for them, send them to school and help families by increasing their income. We track down perpetrators and offer children and their family legal aid. We supply information to and lobby government agencies, to ensure compliance with legislation.
To do this, we need your help. Help us stop child exploitation all over the world. Donate now!
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