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Project ID:00084739Description:PBF/IRF-62 Myanmar Impl1612 Ac
Fund:
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 10 Dec 2012
Theme:
PBF Emergency Window -W3
End Date*: 31 Dec 2013
Country: Myanmar Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple
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Project Description:

Effective Implementation of the 1612 Action Plan agreed between the Government of Myanmar and the CTFMR.

PBF Outcome:

The overall goal is to support the effective implementation of the Action Plan signed between the government of Myanmar and the Country Task Force on Monitoring and Reporting on grave child rights violations to stop and prevent recruitment and use of children by the Tatmadaw and to identify, verify, register and discharge underage recruits as well as to support their reintegration back into their communities.

Key Project Activities:

  • Strengthened capacity of 1612 Task Force to monitor the compliance of the Action Plan.
  • Underage recruits are identified, registered and released from the Tatmadaw.
  • Underage recruits designated as deserters identified, located and discharged from the Tatmadaw.
  • Strengthened accountability measures within the Tatmadaw applied and institutionalized.
  • Interim care facility (ICF) is established, managed by the Department of Social welfare (DSW) and discharges with special protection needs referred to it.
  • Citizenship Scrutiny Cards/national identity documents are issued to discharges.
  • Enhanced awareness of the government, the Tatmadaw and the public on the Action Plan and the prevention of recruitment and use of children in the Tatmadaw.
  • Enhanced capacity of the implementing partners and service providers on economic reintegration.
  • Children released by Tatmadaw have gained knowledge and skills that will contribute to their socio-economic reintegration.
  • The development of community bases reintegration services, including access to formal and non-formal education, for children released by Tatmadaw is coordinated by DSW.
  • Inter-agency referral mechanism is established and implementation, documentation and reporting processes and tools are standardized for use by all partners.
  • Additional funding is secured to support the implantation of the Action Plan including reintegration programs.
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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Myanmar or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

The person with GATEWAY access rights to upload and maintain documents for the programme:

  • Susu Thatun, Peacebuilding & Development Advisor; Telephone: (95-9) 5022655; Email: susu.thatun@one.un.org; Skype: susuthatun
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