World Fund for the Dignity of Children
Fonds mondial pour la dignité des enfants
Fondo mundial para la Dignidad de los Niños
Founded 27 Aug 1996, by F-XF1453 - Women's World Summit Foundation (WWSF), following 1st World Congress Against Sexual Exploitation of Children, 27-31 Aug, Stockholm (Sweden). As of Feb 2003, inactive while restructuring and altering title. As of 2014, assumed ceased to exist.
Fund implementation of comprehensive plans and programmes to prevent sexual exploitation of children and facilitate their rehabilitation and reintegration; promote such measures as educational models and living values to stop proliferation of such exploitation, guaranteeing dignity and a childhood for every child; generate increased public awareness of and support for effective programmes.
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