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5 07, 2021

2021 Trafficking In Persons Report

2021-07-06T13:24:27-07:00

The Government of Nepal does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking but is making significant efforts to do so. Despite the documented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the government’s anti-trafficking capacity, the government demonstrated overall increasing efforts compared to the previous reporting period; therefore Nepal remained on Tier 2.
2021 Trafficking In Persons Report2021-07-06T13:24:27-07:00
22 01, 2021

Orphanage Trafficking and Child Protection in Emergencies in Nepal: A Comparative Analysis of the 2015 Earthquake and the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic

2021-01-22T10:59:22-08:00

This article compares and contrasts two humanitarian emergencies and their impact on Nepal: these are the Nepal earthquake in 2015 and the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. It explains how each emergency has impacted children without parental care or at risk of family separation, with specific reference to orphanage trafficking, voluntourism, child institutionalisation and family preservation.
Orphanage Trafficking and Child Protection in Emergencies in Nepal: A Comparative Analysis of the 2015 Earthquake and the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic2021-01-22T10:59:22-08:00
6 03, 2020

The Orphan Myth: The Global Movement to End Institutionalization

2020-03-06T09:26:40-08:00

Helping orphans and supporting orphanages is almost synonymous with what it means to be compassionate. At least this is the perception in popular culture. But what if it turned out that most children living in orphanages are not in fact orphans? What if there was evidence that supporting orphanages can actually harm children? As bizarre as this notion may sound, it is actually true.
The Orphan Myth: The Global Movement to End Institutionalization2020-03-06T09:26:40-08:00
30 09, 2019

Kenya takes next steps to replace children’s homes with family care

2019-09-30T08:26:51-07:00

Kenya has taken significant steps to place family-based care at the centre of its child protection system. This is a break from the decades-old practice of privately-run institutions providing institutional care for disadvantaged children. These institutions largely fed off the effects of poverty, lack of access to services and education, disability and family breakdown.
Kenya takes next steps to replace children’s homes with family care2019-09-30T08:26:51-07:00
23 08, 2019

The dark side of ‘voluntourism’ causes orphanage numbers to boom in developing countries

2019-08-23T07:17:40-07:00

According to Save the Children Australia, popular voluntourism destinations for Australians such as Bali, Thailand and Cambodia have seen the number of orphanages increase by up to 500 per cent since the trend began.
The dark side of ‘voluntourism’ causes orphanage numbers to boom in developing countries2019-08-23T07:17:40-07:00
19 08, 2019

Head of Bal Mandir, nation’s oldest non-profit for children, arrested on charges of child trafficking

2019-08-20T07:13:12-07:00

The director of the organisation has been accused of abetting a British national in unlawfully procuring a Nepali child and assisting in obtaining fraudulent documents to claim the baby.
Head of Bal Mandir, nation’s oldest non-profit for children, arrested on charges of child trafficking2019-08-20T07:13:12-07:00
23 05, 2019

Why Funding for Orphanages is Harming the Children it Aims to Help

2019-05-23T09:16:44-07:00

Despite powerful evidence of the negative impact of orphanage care, private donors continue to provide large amounts of funding to orphanages through donations, volunteer tourism, mission trips and other forms of fundraising – adding to the pull factors drawing more vulnerable children into institutional care and away from family or community care.
Why Funding for Orphanages is Harming the Children it Aims to Help2019-05-23T09:16:44-07:00
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