It Can Happen to Anyone (ITCHA) is a prevention-based workshop designed for parent groups, service providers and adult
community audiences working with youth. ITCHA includes a comprehensive overview of youth sexual exploitation in BC,
Canadian laws surrounding sexual exploitation, common recruitment tactics, online and peer to peer exploitation trends, and
youth support. We facilitate a conversation in hopes of making collaborative efforts to prevent the exploitation of youth.
Camilla Ho is the Program Facilitator with Children of the Street, which provides education to more than 25,000 children and youth each school year with the information to keep themselves and their peers safe from sexual exploitation. Camilla completed her BA in International Studies at Simon Fraser University, specializing in culture, society, and comparative world politics. In conjunction with a Dialogue Minor, she holds a Social Justice Certificate from SFU. She has over 7 years of experience in program support within social services, children and youth programs, and community outreach. Her passion for facilitation work, community engagement and social justice initiatives led her to focus her work on raising awareness on the issue of sexual exploitation and human trafficking of youth in BC.