Empowering Women in Subic: Connected Women Subic Hosts An Innovative Meetup Experience

  Exciting news for the women of Subic!  Get ready for the first Connected Women Meetup of 2023 , happening simultaneously in different municipalities across Zambales and beyond. The Connected Women Subic Meetup will be hosted by Jen Cajucom and co-hosted by Mitch Carvalho and Lynn Singian. It will be held on February 15, 6pm at Kairos House of Blends , located at the ground floor of the Balai Subik building along National Highway, Mangan-Vaca, Subic. And that's not all. Other municipalities in Zambales will also be holding their own meetups, with Myra Concepcion hosting Connected Women Castillejos, Melissa Moscoso for Connected Women San Felipe and April Mora for Connected Women Olongapo. This will be in conjunction with Connected Women's community-led meetups held all over the Philippines and in other countries. Since 2018, Connected Women meetups in Zambales have been hosted by Jen Cajucom and held as a single meetup for the whole province every 6-weeks. This time around, a

6 Most Common Forms of Child Exploitation

Children are very vulnerable, every child deserves to grow up healthy and safe from harm. The early years of a child’s life are very crucial to their physical and mental health development.
Poverty is a major cause of child exploitation. Negligence, cruelty, abuse and violence are activities that cause detrimental effects to a child’s physical or mental health, education, social and moral development. To protect and help an abused child, it is important to seek legal advice from one of the best law firms like Appleton criminal defense lawyer. Expert legal practitioners can best handle and defend cases and other encountered situations about child abuse.

Below are 7 of the most common forms of child exploitation:
Sexual Exploitation
This is when a minor child is used and forced to take part or engage in a sexual activity. Other examples of an actual act of sexual abuse are:

- child pornography
- rape
- incest
- sexual slavery
Child Labor
Forcing a child to work deprives him/her of her childhood, dignity and potential. Some of these abused children are exposed to extreme and dangerous work that exceeds reasonable hours. Examples of child labor are:
- children working in mines, factories and construction
- children working in agriculture
- domestic servitude or live-in help
Child Marriage
Though we are already living in the cyber era, forced child marriage is still practiced in some countries. This harmful practice is a clear violation of human rights, preventing girls from living their lives freely. It takes away not only the girl’s childhood but her future as well.
Child Soldiers
Gangs and non-state armed groups are forcing  children in the military. This practice has been running in some cultures for so many years. Children have been taught how to fire guns and have been involved and participated in armed conflicts.
Forced Criminality
Organized group of criminals are forcing children to commit different crimes by street begging, pick-pocketing, bag snatching and theft.
Organ Trafficking
Because no one is too young to be an organ donor, there are plenty of reports that some groups of criminal gangs are operating in organ trade. Criminal networks increasingly engage in kidnappings, especially of children and harvesting their organs for sale on the black market.
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