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VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NEPAL "No More Suffering" Child Sexual Abuse in Nepal: Children's Perspectives WITH REFERENCE TO STUDY IN FOUR DISTRICTS
Abstract:
Child sexual abuse (CSA) has been recognized dorsed by all South Asian countries also stressed the as a social malaise, prevalent within critical need for research and awareness raising on the and outside the homes and among all socio- issue of child sexual abuse in the region. Economic strata in the South Asia region (ROSA, 2001). Child sexual abuse exposes a child to severe mental, physical and psychological risks with consequences such as depression, fear, and low self-esteem. But, as a social problem it still remains an unexplored area. In the last few decades commercial sexual exploitation of children has received much attention but child sexual abuse is yet to receive due attention from the concerned authorities. While dealing with the issue of CSA, the lack of reliable information at national and regional levels has been one of the clear limitations. With reports often based on secondary information, an urgent need was felt to collect systematic quantitative and qualitative information on the issue. The Yokohama Global Commitments (2001) and the South Asian Strategy Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Child Sexual Abuse (2001) #VICTIMS #CIWIN #IMPLEMENTATION #SHELTER #FEAR #AWARENESS #DALIT #SEXUALABUSE #VULNERABILITY #FACTORYWORKERS
Publisher: UNICEF, CWIN Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILDREN, CHILD ABUSE, VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN, STREET CHILDREN, SCHOOL CHILDREN, SCHOOLS, PARENTS, VIOLENCE, GENDER, CASTE, TOILETS, MENSTRUATION, FAMILY, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, JUSTICE, HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL SOCIETY, ENVIRONMENT, DEPRESSIONS, URBAN AREAS, RURAL AREAS, ENVIRONMENT, RAPE VICTIMS, GENDER, DOMESTIC WORKERS, ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2005)
Thesaurus:
14.04.02 - Crime And Criminal Justice
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Funding Requirements UNICEF in Nepal 2008 - 2010
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The 2008-2010 programme is focussed on the poorest and most excluded, including children and young people impacted by the conflict. It stresses women’s and young people’s participation and seeks to assist local communities to better manage their development needs – and importantly to strengthen the relationship between community and government. At the policy level, UNICEF works to develop appropriate legislation and policies for children, with the government. The programme is also prepared for emergency response given Nepal’s particular susceptibility to natural disasters. The full three year programme is budgeted at USD 68,214,000, of which USD 20,214,000 has been allocated internally. USD 48,000,000 is required to be raised from donors over the three year period. This document outlines the seven programme areas of UNICEF’s work in Nepal, indicating budget requirements for every project in the 2008 -2010 programme. #WASH #CHILDPROTECTION #HYGIENE #DECAW #HEALTHWORKERS #CHILDPROTECTION #CABA
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, HEALTH, SANITATION, NUTRITION, MALNUTRITION, DISEASES, HIV/AIDS, CHILD HEALTH, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT, WATER, DRINKING WATER, WATER SUPPLY, EVALUATION, CHILDREN,RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, ADOLESCENTS, WOMEN, PREGNANT WOMEN, NATURAL DISASTERS, EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS, EARTHQUAKE, FLOODS, CONFLICT, CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICTS, BUDGET, CIVIL SOCIETY, SCHOOLS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, GOVERNANCE, PEACE, CAPACITY BUILDING, PRIMARY EDUCATION, NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2008)
Thesaurus:
18.04.00 - Financing
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