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Connecting Children to the Local Government

The project conducted ten dialogue sessions between Child Clubs and Local Government Representatives in various rural/municipalities. The dialogue sessions were led by the child rights communicators trained by the project. The dialogue sessions are conducted to bridge the gap between children and the elected representatives and to bring them on

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Connecting with Survivors

The project conducted a dialogue session with the survivors’ network in Kathmandu district on 25th July 2022. There were twenty-one participants in the program. The primary objective of this particular event was to increase the awareness among survivors of trafficking about ‘Voluntourism’ and the impact it may have in the

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Consultative Workshop with Province 1 on Provincial Act Relating to Children.

The project conducted a consultative workshop at Province 1 on 31st July 2022 in the province capital, Biratnagar Metropolitan City, Morang District. The workshop was conducted in collaboration with the Office of the Attorney General, Province 1, and was attended by twenty-two participants that included provincial parliamentarians, National Child Rights

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Training Service Providers on Child Protection and Trafficking in Persons

ECPAT Luxembourg and Partner Center for Legal Research and Resource Development (CeLRRd) organized one-day training on CP and TIP for Service Providers of Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts on 26th August, 2022. There were altogether 17 participants in the event from 3 municipalities in the event and it was facilitated by Advocates,

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Building Capacity for a Trauma Informed Approach

ECPAT Luxembourg conducted a training program on trauma-informed approach for its program implementation team and the program implementation partners on 6th and 7th of September in Kathmandu. The training was facilitated by certified psychosocial trainers, with experience working in trauma-informed approaches for trafficking survivors. A total of eleven participants from

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Karuna- Case Story

Karuna, from Gosaikunda Municipality, is sixteen years old. A few years ago, a man came to her village and met with her family. He told them that a place in Kathmandu helped children from impoverished backgrounds attain quality education. He said that the place was a boarding school, but they

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