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Fraud Item: 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking

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Date sent: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 05:06:54 +0100 (CET)
From: ""


Dear Friend / Colleagues

On behalf of the 2ND CAHT 2010 Summit Organizing Committee, I am privileged indeed to extend a warm invitation to you to participate in the 2ND Summit on Child Abuse & Human Trafficking (2ND CAHT 2010) to be held in New York, United States of America and Senegal from April 26th – 29 and May 3rd – 6th 2010.

The summit will bring together professionals and researchers to unravel different aspects of the theme “Child Abuse and human trafficking: Looking Through the Lens of Prevention’ in recognition of the need to focus attention on the creation of holistic approaches that engage children and families, communities, professionals, business and governments in preventing child abuse and human trafficking” The Conference will also provide an opportunity for the delegates to network and share ideas.

Your participation at this summit will contribute to the fulfillment of this need and to achieving your Section Strategic Plan Objectives, and is therefore greatly appreciated.
In order to facilitate your logistical and administrative preparations, please contact the secretariat for more information. Below you will find the contact E-mail address of the secretariat. E-mail:

We look forward to welcoming you to the CAHT 2010 summit, and to what will prove to be an unforgettable event.

Yours sincerely
MS. Dorothy William


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