Children of Teresa Academy depicting their painting skills
Bishworam Khadka, the Director of Maiti Nepal addressing the awareness program organized at Jiri, Dolakha( a remote district) on the occasion of 6th National Anti-trafficking day
The Chairperson and Director of Maiti Nepal inaugurating a special function organized on the annual day of maiti Nepal
Staff felicitated for long term service
Awareness raising activities organized at Jiri, Dolakha on the occasion of 6th Anti Human Trafficking day.
Various products made by Maiti Nepal's workshop
Volunteer of maiti Nepal inspecting vehicles
The Youth Partnership Programme for Child Survivors and Youth at Risk of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Young People (YPP) is a unique initiative in South Asia that endeavours to have a positive psychosocial impact and improve the lives of affected children. Through participation, peer support programmes, community awareness campaigns and public advocacy, survivors and at-risk youth join hands to combat CSEC in Bangladesh, India and Nepal.
Large numbers of children are trafficked annually in South Asia, with estimates as high as 350,000 in India, 40,000 in Nepal and 29,000 in Bangladesh. YPP aims to address the concerns and suggestions voiced in the children's Statement of the 2nd World Congress against CSEC (2001) organized in Yokohama, Japan through consultation with the three Project Countries. The guiding principles for YPP have been adopted from UNICEF's 1998 principles of psychosocial intervention for children.
Maiti Nepal is the YPP implementing partner of the ECPAT International in Nepal since 2005 A.D. Through this Programme Maiti Nepal has extended its work not just within its shelter homes but also in various other local organizations, schools and communities to ensure the better and meaningful participation of Children in all levels of decision making to end commercial sexual exploitation of children and young people. Currently, YPP has completed its second phase and in bridging towards the third phase. In all these years, Youth and children involved in YPP have demonstrated an excellent and meaningful participation and YPP as a programme has grown as a best practice of Maiti Nepal.
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