This book addresses types of child sexual abuse and their management. Its main aim is to establish whether the victims of child sexual abuse receive all the components of management (social, physical, psychological, spiritual and legal). It provides recommendations on how to make the management of post-trauma in child sexual abuse comprehensive. The author critically examines effectiveness of the management the sexually abused children in the developing world receive and draws conclusions using quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Recommendations given provide key information to care givers of the sexually abused children on how to sufficiently handle the victims of child sexual abuse-related trauma. This book is a must-read for Child Survival NGOs, Government Sectors dealing with Gender-based Violence, Civil Society Groups, Legal Groups, Health Care Providers, Policy Makers, Parents and Guardians.