In the slums of Manila, a police raid of a child sexual exploitation operation illuminates the challenges the country faces in protecting vulnerable children and prosecuting their abusers.
Happy did the sex work for four months, until she was partnered with another girl.
A paedophile hunter who helped authorities snare Peter Scully says children are 'conditioned' to turn up to cybersex dens in the Philippines every day and obey instructions from predators around the globe.
According to a UNICEF study, 8 in 10 Filipino children and adolescents are in danger of being sexually abused online or bullied.
©UNICEF Philippines/2016/Josh Estey The Philippines has become the global epicentre of the live stream sexual abuse trade, and many of the victims are children.
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Now, that they are involved, these cyber dens are popping up all over the place in south east Asia.'Hulley, who helped law enforcement develop intelligence on Scully, said webcam sex tourism is on the up all over the world and called the Philippines 'ground zero.'He says this is because the country has good internet infrastructure – but many live in poverty.
He said 15 children were rescued from a den in Mandanao, where young boys and girls spent the past two years working shifts in front of webcams where they obeyed the sick instructions of paedophiles for the equivalent of .
Scully's capture was a huge blow to the billion-dollar business, according to Glen Hulley, who worked as an undercover cop in Victoria for 13 years before founding Project Karma – a charity that rescues exploited children and hunts child sex tourists.