Community based sustainable reintegration support to survivors of trafficking and exploited child labor by BNWLA.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Bangladeshi culture sees children as passive and controlled by adults. The understanding and awareness of child rights is almost non-existent. Combined with social mores of hiding experiences of physical/mental abuse and coerced into silence by the abusing adults and their protectors. In order to save the children from the stigma a comprehensive community based reintegration process is required. Beneficiaries: 40 trafficked children, victims of exploitative employment or prostitution.
How will this project solve this problem?
Survival support (food, shelter, clothing, treatment, education, legal, etc.) to 20 children and establishment of community-based preventive mechanism for fostering the process of sustainable reintegration.
Potential Long Term Impact
A comprehensive community-based reintegration process will be created to save 40 trafficked children - victims of exploitative employment or prostitution - from stigma.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.