Research: Preventing child sexual abuse – A systematic review of interventions and their efficacy in developing countries

Posted: 19th March 2021

Research on prevalence, risk factors, and prevention interventions for child sexual abuse has continued to focus on western and developed countries. Where country-level prevalence data or large-scale research exists, rates of child sexual abuse are consistently higher in developing and non-western countries than their western and developed counterparts.

By D. Russell, D. Higgins and A. Posso

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