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Compassionate Care - Proceedings of Workshops: Directions in Community-based Care, and Social Reintegration for Nepal
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In 2000, the ILO-IPEC launched the sub-regional project to combat the trafficking of children for exploitative employment in South Asia (TICSA). These children are often forced into commercial sex exploitation, which exposes them to physical and psychological or sexual abuse. One of the technical areas of the TICSA project was to strengthen the recovery and reintegration programmes for children withdrawn from working in sexual and labour exploitative conditions. Research conducted by anti-trafficking organizations has highlighted the dearth of programmes aiming to provide an alternative holistic approach to recovery and reintegration of the children withdrawn from trafficking situation. In addition, due to the internal conflict in Nepal over past decades children and families residing in the rural areas are increasingly migrating to urban towns and city centers in search for jobs and security. This incidence has led to the vulnerability of children in re-entering into the worst forms of child labour. To build the capacity of the implementing partners, ILO/IPEC/TICSA organized two workshops in August 2004. These two workshops provided practical hands on tools to practitioners to address the key considerations while developing recovery and reintegration approaches for the survivors of trafficking. The first workshop entitled Issues and Directions for Institutional and Community-based Care was held in August 11-12, 2004 and the second workshop entitled Building the Foundation for Reintegration activities was held in August 24 - 25, 2004.
These two workshops held within the framework of the ILO-IPEC Time Bound Programme (TBP) Nepal provided the participants with an opportunity to learn the key responsibilities required during times of withdrawal of trafficking survivors and to protect and fulfill children's rights. Similarly the workshops were instrumental in providing conceptual
clarity to participants on the process and application of institutional versus community -based care. Particularly, the participants were introduced the successful models presented by the Hagar's Foundation of Cambodia and the SOS village of Nepal, which will capacitate them with practical tools for further replication and implementation.
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IPEC/ILO ,   (2006 )
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Publication in English
Keywords:
CHILD WELFARE, CHILD ABUSE, CHILD CARE, CHILD LABOUR, CHILD NEEDS, CHILD SURVIVAL, CHILDREN, FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES, FOSTER HOME CARE, INSTITUTIONALIZED CHILDREN, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, CHILD HEALTH, CHILD NUTRITION, VACCINATION, CHILD SAFETY, CHILD PROSTITUTION, ADOPTION, ORPHANS, ABANDONED CHILDREN, HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL WELFARE, CHILD DEVELOPMENT
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 ILO : International Labor & Labor
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14.05.04  -  Welfare And Social Services
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