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  1. Mozambique takes vital step to remove online child sexual abuse from the internet by launching a public reporting system this Safer Internet Day

  2. Global cash injection takes battle to end online child sexual abuse imagery to the next level

  3. The United Republic of Tanzania launches IWF Reporting Portal for online images and videos of child sexual abuse

  4. Namibia launches IWF reporting portal for online images and videos of child sexual abuse

  5. The IWF and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service collaborate on the largest child sexual abuse imagery case the Cayman Islands have ever seen

  6. How Mozambique is turning the tide on child sexual abuse

  7. Call for Guatemalan people to 'denounce' online child sexual abuse as new portal launches

    The IWF worked alongside the Ministerio Público o Fiscalía General, (Public Prosecutor’s Office), to set up the portal, with extra support from the Office Against Child trafficking of Guatemala and crucial help from UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).

  8. New Moroccan portal will play ‘crucial’ role in fighting ‘plague’ of child sexual abuse on the internet

    ‘The launch of the IWF Reporting Portal in Morocco constitutes a safe, easily accessible and efficient way to contribute to the eradication of this plague that threatens children behind their screens.’

  9. Kenyan reporting portal to play 'huge role' in improving global internet safety

    "Child online protection is a shared responsibility".

  10. 25 Years of the IWF

    Marking 25 years of combatting online child sexual abuse imagery. Learn more about the impact of our work and meet the team of global experts fighting this crime.