Prevention of Child Trafficking through Community Strengthening & Networking


Project Title

Prevention of Child Trafficking through Community Strengthening & Networking (PCTSCN)

Overall Goal
By 2030, Girls and Young Women in Bangladesh are living in an enabling environment free from Gender Based Violence and Economic Exclusion.

Project Results/ Objective
1. Evidence based L&A to ensure adequate resource allocation for NPA
implementation, activation and functional of Counter Trafficking Committees (CTCs) with promotion of coordination among the actors and creation of space for active linkage and networking;
2. Raise voices of children and youth in NPA monitoring;
3. Promote priority of children in activating the institutions (National Authority, Fund, and Special Tribunal for combating human trafficking);
4. Engage community and media to combat GBV.
Duration
2015 to 2019

Funded By

TdH Netherlands

Supported By

PCTSCN Consortium

Geographical Coverage

Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Rangpur, Satkhira and Dhaka districts
Budget
Tk. 18,25,500/=

Target Beneficiaries
Total target beneficiaries and target actors you plan to achieve under this Project:
Families and communities = 525,120
CSOs = 138
Government = 930

Target Groups

Families and communities, CSOs, Government

Strategic Partners

INCIDIN, CPD, SEEP and Nari Maitree

Main Components/ Interventions of the Project
The key strategic actions are: lobbying, advocacy, mobilizing, linking and
networking. The main tactics involve outsider approach through participatory knowledge sharing, as well as an insider approach through membership in government committees and linkage building by organizational strength and involvement.

Project in brief
This project falls under GAA project, thematic area child trafficking and migration. It intends to better implement Human Trafficking Act-2012 and it’s Rules-2017 along with implementation of National Plan of Action (NPA) on human trafficking 2018-2022. This project aims to achieve these outcomes through lobbying, advocacy, linking and networking. The main tactics involve an outsider approach through participatory knowledge sharing, as well as an insider approach through membership in government committees and building linkage by organizational strength and involvement. The geographical areas include Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Rangpur, Satkhira and Dhaka districts. The families and communities and CSO from 5 working areas districts mentioned earlier. The key actors in 2019 include: Families & Communities along with Media, Government and CSOs.
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