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Children's Voices, Children's Rights: One Year After the Nepal Earthquake
Abstract:
Over one million children are estimated to have been affected by the earthquakes in Nepal on 25 April and 12 May 2015 which resulted in massive destruction and the death of around 8,959 people. Children, who represent 40 per cent of the population, suffered trauma and loss. This report is based on consultations with 680 children in five of the most severely affected 14 districts, and interviews with 36 officials at central and district levels. It has the primary objective of assessing the progress made in addressing the main concerns and recommendations that children made one month after the disaster, presented in the report, After the Earthquake:Nepal’s Children Speak Out. It also highlights the ongoing and/or new challenges that children are facing, as well as their priorities for the recovery. #UNICEF #RIGHTS #CHILDRIGHTS #PROTECTIONOFCHILD #NEPALEARTHQUAKE #2016
Publisher: UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN, PLAN INTERNATIONAL, WORLD VISION, TERRE DES HOMMES Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, CHILD WELFARE, FAMILY RIGHTS, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD MIGRANTS, CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICTS, CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, CHILD NEEDS, CHILD NUTRITION, CHILD SAFETY, CHILD SUPPORT, CHILD SURVIVAL, CHILD ABUSE, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CHILD FEEDING, CHILD GUIDANCE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2016)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: SAZUADK@GMAIL COM, Editor: PRAFFUL STH, Auditor:
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Children's Voices, Children's Rights: One Year After the Nepal Earthquake
Abstract:
Over one million children are estimated to have been affected by the earthquakes in Nepal on 25 April and 12 May 2015 which resulted in massive destruction and the death of around 8,959 people. Children, who represent 40 per cent of the population, suffered trauma and loss. This report is based on consultations with 680 children in five of the most severely affected 14 districts, and interviews with 36 officials at central and district levels. It has the primary objective of assessing the progress made in addressing the main concerns and recommendations that children made one month after the disaster, presented in the report, After the Earthquake:Nepal’s Children Speak Out. It also highlights the ongoing and/or new challenges that children are facing, as well as their priorities for the recovery. #UNICEF #CHILDRIGHTS
Publisher: UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN, PLAN INTERNATIONAL, WORLD VISION, TERRE DES HOMMES Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, CHILD WELFARE, FAMILY RIGHTS, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD MIGRANTS, CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICTS, CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, CHILD NEEDS, CHILD NUTRITION, CHILD SAFETY, CHILD SUPPORT, CHILD SURVIVAL, CHILD ABUSE, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CHILD FEEDING, CHILD GUIDANCE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2016)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
PDF | File Size: 1.28 MB   Download
Feeder: SAZUADK@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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