I find it a great pity that our societies cannot get this worked up over the horrifically rampant child abuses which go on under their own noses.
Untold thousands of British, American and Australian children suffer sexual, physical and mental abuse every day. Many are raped, murdered, starved or injured by repeat offenders who should never get a second opportunity to harm a child - but very often get many opportunities, thanks to a flawed system.
There is not a single 'poster face' to mobilise against in the case of child pornography or rampant neglect as there is with the distant villain Kony, so maybe that's where apathy for the terrible scope of child suffering, poverty, neglect and abuse in our own nations is a little easier to sustain.
Perhaps it's simply because this is our own back yard and we don't like to face the fact that suffering goes on under our noses, while the majority choose to remain oblivious.
TL;DR version: it's much easier to focus on somebody else's bad guy.