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It is estimated that CST could be worth 20 billion USD per year.[Editors’ note: There’s been much talk and writing on the current `sex strike’ in Kenya. Thanks to Kenyaimagine, and to the author, Nekessa Opoti, for permission to publish and for sharing.] I must be getting wrong.

“While many efforts have been made at global and national levels to set standards and develop policies and laws with a view to prevent and combat child sexual exploitation in travel and tourism, challenges still remain,” says Special Rapporteur Najat Maalla M’jid, in her report presented during the 22nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

“He wants you to stroke his other side now,” Jacob whispered.

Stunned by Sudan’s responsiveness, I felt shivers down my spine – it’s not every day you get to touch a rhino, and certainly not one as special as this.

Big and burly, with craggy features and strangely hairy ears, he barely acknowledged me when I first met him, but within 10 minutes I found myself gently stroking his face, his skin all dusty and as tough as a tyre.

Closing his eyes contentedly, he slowly rolled over.