Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is a silent epidemic in society in that it is rarely discussed within homes and schools and at the larger community, yet it takes place daily in those same environments. A lot of studies have been undertaken on CSA but not many actually look at the child and her/his environment, and the factors that predispose them to this vice. Child Sexual Abuse in Kenya continues even though the government together with several other stakeholders, interested and affected parties have put up a spirited fight to rid such vices out of the society. There seems to be no coordinated efforts and collaboration to ensure that the issue of CSA is history in Kenya. Several factors have contributed to this behavior in the society and the sooner it is checked the better for the growth and development of the nation. The Government has put in immense efforts to try and weed out this behavior including legislation amongst others yet it still is being reported to be happening and actually rampant in the society. What then is the gap? In order to understand how complex the whole issue is I conducted a study in Nairobi west District in Kenya.