Community Based Reintegration Support to Survivors

by Bangladesh National Women Lawyers' Association

Summary

Community based sustainable reintegration support to survivors of trafficking and exploited child labor by BNWLA.
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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.

Solution

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.

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.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​www.bnwla.org
Organization Website

Organization Information

Bangladesh National Women Lawyers' Association

Location: Dhaka - Bangladesh
Website: http:/​/​www.bnwla.org

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