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The reporter of the United Nations, Najat Maalla M'jid currently in Madagascar to submit to the UN a comprehensive report on child prostitution in the Big Island




The reporter of the United Nations, Najat Maalla M'jid currently in Madagascar to submit to the UN a comprehensive report on child prostitution in the Big Island
Najat Maalla M'jid, Special Reporter of the United Nations against the exploitation of children is currently in Madagascar.

Arrive on July 15 in the Big Island mandated by the Council of Human Rights of the United Nations to investigate the sale and prostitution of young children in Madagascar, Najat Maalla M'jid intends to study until 26 July the wheels on the ground leading to the sexual exploitation of minors in Madagascar.
 
Najat Maalla M'jid will visit the cities of Tananarive, Tulear, Nosy Be Tamatave to meet the competent authorities to fight against this scourge that plagues the Malagasy society for many years and make visits to centers Home for young children victims of child prostitution.

The first independent expert to travel to the Big Island will also be on-site discussions with representatives of the United Nations, the diplomatic corps, civil society and private sector stakeholders, as related by the newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.
 
Najat Maalla M'jid then share her preliminary analysis with the Malagasy government on a comprehensive inventory of the sexual exploitation of minors in Madagascar, before submitting her findings and observations in a comprehensive report presented in March 2014 at the Council of human Rights of the UN.



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