Five start-ups that are building fintech solutions will receive equity-free investments, as well as technical and business mentorship from Unicef, ING, and other experts for one year.
In the Philippines, latest national data show that cyberviolence affects almost half of children aged 13-17. The prevalence of cyberviolence for males (44 percent) is almost the same for females (43 percent).
The U-Report platform uses polls and alerts, collecting real-time responses for raising adolescents and young people’s voices that can guide in policy development and social accountability.
Child pornography is a billion-dollar industry, and Filipino children are the ones being traded and exploited online