African governments are failing survivors of child sexual exploitation

By Tsitsi Matekaire, Global Lead for Equality Now’s End Sex Trafficking program

In Malawi, Mary* was only 14 years old when she was recruited and trafficked to the city of Blantyre and sold for sex in a bar. A man had arrived in her village looking for girls to work as domestic helpers for families. He appeared genuine and for Mary — and many…

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