Back to the Future school project

Terre des Hommes


Back to the Future school project

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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August 19, 2019

Back to the Future: looking back on 2,5 years of education for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan

February 26, 2019

‘A good teacher instills a love for learning’

January 4, 2019

A ray of sunshine: Hana (10) from Aleppo

December 26, 2018

Hani (11) from Aleppo, Syria now living in Lebanon

Back to the Future school project

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.