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Support to the Rehabilitation of Verified Minors and Late Recruits, Now Called UN Interagency Rehabilitation Programme
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This project will support the transitional rehabilitation of up to 4,008 individuals who were verified as minors and late recruits (VMLRs) of the Maoist army in late 2007, and discharged from the Maoist army in early 2010. Building on the successful inter-agency efforts that resulted in the discharge of these individuals, an inter-agency approach to rehabilitation will also be used whereby the expertise of UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA and ILO will complement each other towards fulfillment of a common goal. The primary objective of this project is to have asmany of the VMLRs as possible involved in gainful employment or livelihood opportunities. To achieve this, the project is framed around two complimentary Outcomes: 1) VMLRs were supported in their socio-economic rehabilitation; and 2) Communities were engaged in supporting the rehabilitation of VMLR participants. The first Outcome focuses on the individuals themselves and involves the preparation of a series of training and education rehabilitation option packages that are made available to the participants. The rehabilitation packages will be offered in four areas including vocational training, small and micro-enterprise development, health-related vocational training and education (both formal and non-formal). Provision will also be available for special needs cases including individuals facing very serious health problems. The second Outcome targets the broader community to promote wider engagement and support for the rehabilitation of the individuals. A public information and sensitization campaign will be designed and implemented to promote understanding, acceptance and reconciliation as the individuals’ transition into civilian life within the broader community. Given the complexities and uncertainties associated with an initiative of this nature, the project has been designed to incorporate programming and budgetary flexibility so the budget is presented in a manner that shows the final budget for rehabilitation activities could come in anywhere between USD 9,349,660 -13,828,680. This range reflects the understandable uncertainties about the total number of participants among other things. Both figures in the totals range include a charge ofUSD 380,064, to cover up to two years of UNMIN activities related to the Joint Monitoring Coordination Committee (JMCC) and the monitoring Support Force.
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Publisher:
UNIRP/UNDP ,   (2010 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
REHABILITATION, MINORS, EMPLOYMENT, COUNSELLING, GENDER, EDUCATION, SMALL ENTERPRISES, VOCATIONAL TRAINING, COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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