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Children imprisoned in the Philippines are detained in squalid conditions, often dozens to a cell, leaving them at risk of assault or rape from guards and adult prisoners.
The rape of children is one of the most deplorable crimes imaginable and when this happens to a child in government custody, the horror is compounded.
In an undercover investigation of an on-going scandal People & Power uncovers horrific abuse of some of the country's most vulnerable people.
The Philippines government has promised to end the holding of juveniles in such jails, but as we find out they have failed to take action, meaning that thousands of children have continued to be beaten or sexually abused in police cells.
Hywel Davies reports from Manila.
Zimbabweans in Botswana
The government of Botswana has just announced that it is building the country's first refugee camp to accommodate the influx of Zimbabweans since the elections.
Much has been reported about Zimbabweans fleeing over the border to South Africa but very little on the Zimbabweans in Botswana. Although they are fewer in number their impact on a tiny country like Botswana cannot be underestimated.
There are at least a quarter of a million Zimbabweans in Botswana, and this number is likely to have risen significantly since the elections. The entire population of Botswana is under two million and the population of the capital Gaborone is only around 170,000, so the Zimbabwean presence is life-changing.
Zimbabweans now make up about a quarter of Botswana's population. They do not need a visa to enter, but are given an entry permit for three months at the border crossing. Most never go back.
This episode of People & Power aired from Saturday, October 04, 2008.