Willy Buloso is the Regional Coordinator for Africa at ECPAT International, since 2017. He is responsible for providing leadership towards ECPAT’s advocacy and programming work against Sexual Exploitation of Children in Sub-Sahara African countries.
He had previously worked for the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Human Rights watch in Nairobi and the United Nations Mission in Mali. He holds a master’s degree in law and international relations from the University of Lyon 3 in France and an International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance from Fordham University in New York, USA.
Fluent in Swahili, English and French. Passionate about wildlife conservation and proud member of the Virunga Foundation to save the gorilla habitat in the Virunga National Park
This event brings together Civil Society Organisations and highlights their crucial role on reaching SDG 8.7 as well as other interlinked SDGs.
The panel aims to understand and shed light on the complex root causes of child labour and its consequences in terms of perpetuating the cycle of poverty and situations of child labour.