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Child Labour

About 5000 working children have received services to  prevent and remove them from labour in 2010-2013

Reintegration Support

7500 children associated with armed forces and armed groups have been identified and reintegrated.

Violence Protection

More than 40,000 children and women at risk or victims of violence were assisted in 2010-2013

Child Protection Programme

The Child Protection programme supports the Government to develop and implement a comprehensive protection system to prevent and respond to all forms of abuse, neglect and exploitation of children. To achieve that, we work on national policies, legislation, plans and budgets, systems and services, as well as on changing social norms and attitudes.
 

Where We Work

Child Protection works in all 75 districts in Nepal, with focus on 15 UNICEF priority districts.

Our Partners

Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, Ministry of Law and Justice, Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, Central Child Welfare Board, District Child Welfare Boards, Juvenile Justice Coordination Committee, Office of the Attorney General, National Judicial Academy, Police (Women and Children Service Directorate), Village Child Protection Committees, Municipalities, Nepal Police, Women and Children Service Centres, Non-Governmental Organizations and Community-Based Organizations, Women’s Groups and Child Clubs

Our Donors

DFID, AusAID, UNPFN, CIDA/IHA, UNICEF National Committees
 

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