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Anti-Child Trafficking Resources

Learn more about child trafficking and what you can do to prevent and stop it.

The Coalition Against Trafficking of Children (CATCH) Project was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Partnership for Development Assistance in the Philippines (PDAP), Inc. The CATCH Project aims to reduce the vulnerability of potential child trafficking victims through strengthened local networks and mechanisms to counter trafficking in persons.

One of the major activities conducted by the project is the massive campaign against child trafficking. An Online Orientation on Child Protection and Prevention of Child Trafficking was conducted with the help of partner schools in Olongapo City and Zambales. Through this activity, the community, especially the students, parents, and guardians raised their awareness on how to protect the children from abuse and trafficking, particularly against Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSAEC).

To be able to continue spreading the information about the prevention of child trafficking, we will be sharing on this page the Anti-Child Trafficking digital materials (videos and presentations) that were used during the Online Orientation on Child Protection and Prevention of Child Trafficking. The videos used were produced by the Stairway Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the Department of Education, UNICEF, and IMMAP. Permission was obtained from Stairway Foundation, Inc. to use and upload the videos on this page. Aside from this, the following are the references used in the presentation materials:

  1. Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation Flip Chart: Child’s Rights and Responsibilities
  2. Materials from Training of Trainers for The Prevention of Online Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children conducted by Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) and International Justice Mission (IJM).
  3. Conrado & Ladislawa Alcantara Foundation STRONG-CTIP Saranggani Module 

Report Child Abuse and Trafficking

Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking



Hotline: 1343 or (02) 1343 for outside Metro


Department of Justice (DOJ)

DOJ IACAT: (02) 8525-2131 / 8527-2363

DOJ Action Center: (02) 8521-2930 / 8523-8481

 loc. 403

Department of Social Welfare and Development


DSWD Ugnayan Pag-asa Crisis Intervention


Hotlines: (02) 8734-8639 / (02) 8734-8654 / (02)

 8734-8626 to 27

DSWD Community-Based Services Section


Hotline: (02) 8733-0010 to 18 loc. 116

Philippine Overseas Employment

 Administration (POEA)

Hotlines.: (02) 8722-11-44 / 8722-11-55

Legal Assistance Division: (02) 8722-1189

Anti-Illegal Recruitment Branch: 8721-0619

Philippine National Police

Hotline: 117 / 911

Women and Children’s Protection Center

Main Office: (02) 8532-6690 / 7410-3213 / 8723-

0401 local 5260, 5360, 5361

Visayas: 0917-7085157 / (032) 410-8483

Mindanao: 0917-1806037

Aleng Pulis: 0919-7777377 / 09667255961

National Bureau of Investigation

NBI-Anti-Human Trafficking Division

Hotline: (02) 8521-9208 / 8523-7414

Zambales Provincial Police Office

Hotline: 0998 598 5502/ 0938 045 1515

Olongapo City Police Office

Hotline: 0919-245-0666/ 0998-5985546


Hotline: (047) 222-4994

Mobile No.: 0917-532-4453

Facebook: @predaforchildren


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