Terre des Hommes Netherlands prevents child exploitation, removes children from exploitative situations and ensures these children can develop themselves in a safe environment. Child exploitation is about serious violations of the rights of the child. Our definition covers worst forms of child labor (according to Convention 182 of the ILO); child trafficking and migration; sexual exploitation of children; child abuse.
- Country headquarters: the Netherlands
- Countries working in: 23 – Active in Bangladesh | Cambodia | Ethiopia | India | Indonesia | Iraq | Italy | Jordan | Kenya | Laos | Lebanon | Myanmar | Nepal | the Netherlands | Philippines | Tanzania | Thailand | South Sudan | Sri Lanka | Syria | Uganda | Ukraine | Zimbabwe
- Programmatic Area: Child labour | Child trafficking | Child abuse | Child prostitution | Children’s rights | Child marriages | Humanitarian aid | Sexual exploitation | Refugees
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This project is funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis – the ʻMadad Fundʼ and is implemented by AVSI, War Child Holland, Terre des Hommes Italia, Terre des Hommes Netherlands.