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UNICEF Nepal Country Office Combating Child Labour in Nepal
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With the support of UNICEF, targeted municipalities are continuously updating and revising
the data collection and monitoring forms and procedures in line with the recently adopted
case management guidelines.
The objective of the contribution is supporting the improvement of the living
conditions of children involved in the worst forms of child labour and ensure the protection of children from economic exploitation, abuse and neglect. UNICEF support eight
municipalities1 and the work in this regard focuses on five interrelated components, which are as follows:
1. Information management system on child labour (data collection, analysis, dissemination
etc.)
2. Provision of services to working children and families at risk including reintegration and
rehabilitation
3. Capacity building and system strengthening of municipalities and other key stakeholders
4. Social mobilization and communication for behaviour change
5. Coordination, monitoring mechanisms and referral
CHILD#LABOUR#EXPLOITATION#ABUSE#WORKING#CHILDREN#SUCCESSFUL#STORIES#2016
Publisher:
UNICEF ,   (2016 )
Type / Script:
Annual Report in English
Keywords:
CHILDREN, LABOUR LAW, CHILD WELFARE, WORKERS' RIGHTS, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, SALE OF CHILDREN, FAMILY RIGHTS, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, FORCED LABOUR
Thematic Group:
 UNICEF : Children Fund
Thesaurus:
12.06.00  -  Special Categories Of Workers
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