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Child Protection Network (Community-based Child Care Center) Nepal
Abstract:
Location: Beldangi-I and Sanischare camps Time and Duration: Beldangi-I: 2009 – present Sanischare camp: Since 2012 Population Groups: Refugees and asylumseekers Actors: UNHCR, Bhutanese Refugee Women’s Forum (BRWF), Lutheran World federation (LWF) During the census exercise held in 2006/2007, 536 unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) were identified. Subsequently, a rapid assessment was undertaken to identify vulnerabilities and to determine protection needs among this group. During the assessment, lack of adequate care for children was identified as the most prevalent protection concern. In some cases, the situation would be particularly aggravated, i.e. the child was abandoned, neglected or not in an appropriate care arrangement. In order to address the most severe cases, the CCCC was established in Beldangi-I camp in 2009. As a result of a child protection mapping exercise in 2010, as well as a general observation of an increased need, it was decided to establish a second CCCC in Sanischare Camp. The Community based Child Care Center (CCCC) program trains host parents to provide full-time care for a maximum of 15 and 10 children in Beldangi and Sanischare camp respectively. Children should not stay for longer than 6 months. The temporary care arrangement ensures that each child has access to specialized services to address their individual needs, until a longer-term care arrangement is found. #Refugees #AsylumSeekers #UNHCR
Publisher: UNHCR Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
REFUGEES, MIGRANTS, BHUTANESE, BHUTAN, MYANMAR REFUGEES, ASYLUM SEEKERS, DISPLACED PERSONS, REFUGEE ASSISTANCE, REFUGEE CAMPS, REFUGEE LAW, REFUGEE PLACEMENT, REFUGEE PROTECTION, REFUGEE STATUS, REFUGEE-RECEIVING COUNTRIES, RESETTLEMENT POLICY
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2012)
Thesaurus:
13.01.00 - Protection Of And Assistance To Refugees And Displaced Persons
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Child Protection Network (Community-based Child Care Center) Nepal
Abstract:
Location: Beldangi-I and Sanischare camps Time and Duration: Beldangi-I: 2009 – present Sanischare camp: Since 2012 Population Groups: Refugees and asylumseekers Actors: UNHCR, Bhutanese Refugee Women’s Forum (BRWF), Lutheran World federation (LWF) During the census exercise held in 2006/2007, 536 unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) were identified. Subsequently, a rapid assessment was undertaken to identify vulnerabilities and to determine protection needs among this group. During the assessment, lack of adequate care for children was identified as the most prevalent protection concern. In some cases, the situation would be particularly aggravated, i.e. the child was abandoned, neglected or not in an appropriate care arrangement. In order to address the most severe cases, the CCCC was established in Beldangi-I camp in 2009. As a result of a child protection mapping exercise in 2010, as well as a general observation of an increased need, it was decided to establish a second CCCC in Sanischare Camp. The Community based Child Care Center (CCCC) program trains host parents to provide full-time care for a maximum of 15 and 10 children in Beldangi and Sanischare camp respectively. Children should not stay for longer than 6 months. The temporary care arrangement ensures that each child has access to specialized services to address their individual needs, until a longer-term care arrangement is found. #Refugees #AsylumSeekers #UNHCR
Publisher: UNHCR Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
REFUGEES, MIGRANTS, BHUTANESE, BHUTAN, MYANMAR REFUGEES, ASYLUM SEEKERS, DISPLACED PERSONS, REFUGEE ASSISTANCE, REFUGEE CAMPS, REFUGEE LAW, REFUGEE PLACEMENT, REFUGEE PROTECTION, REFUGEE STATUS, REFUGEE-RECEIVING COUNTRIES, RESETTLEMENT POLICY
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2012)
Thesaurus:
13.01.00 - Protection Of And Assistance To Refugees And Displaced Persons
PDF | File Size: 2.33 MB   Download
Feeder: SPRSTHPT@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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