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Preventing child sexual abuse requires educating children and parents about body safety and consent, promoting healthy attitudes and behaviors towards children, addressing root causes such as harmful gender stereotypes and lack of access to resources, and implementing laws and policies that protect children and hold perpetrators accountable. It requires a collective effort from individuals, communities, and governments to create a safer and more just world for children.
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