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Tools for » UNPFN/A-7 Support to the Rehabilitation of Verified Minors and Late Recruits (UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA, ILO)
Project ID:00075366Description:UNPFN/A-7 Rehabilitation
Nepal UN Peace Fund
Start Date *: 2 Jun 2010
End Date*: 31 Aug 2015
Country: Nepal Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Project description:

To rehabilitate former members of the Maoist army verified as minors or late recruits into civilian life, with potential for sustainable livelihoods.


Peacebuilding Impact: 

Key elements of the CPA and AMMAA were implemented through the socio-economic rehabilitation of Verified Minors and Late Recruits (VMLRs). 

Project Outcome(s): 

Outcome 1:  Verified minors and late recruits are supported in their socio-economic rehabilitation through individual rehabilitation option packages.

Outcome 2: Communities are engaged in supporting the rehabilitation of the verified minors and late recruits.


Outputs and key activities:

Key Outputs for Outcome 1 are: 

  1. Individual rehabilitation option packages are prepared and made available to participants.
  2. Access to employment and livelihood opportunities promoted.
  3. Project participants have received career and psychosocial counselling.
  4. Special gender considerations regarding verified minors and late recruits are prioritized.
  5. Individual rehabilitation option packages are implemented

Key Outputs for Outcome 2 are:

  1. Public sensitization and information campaign designed and implemented.
  2. Communities assisted in addressing socio-economic rehabilitation of verified minors and late recruits through engagement in related capacity building projects.
  3. Capacity strengthened for vocational training service providers to facilitate sustainable services to the broader community.
  4. Special gender considerations regarding the VMLRs and the broader community are prioritized.

Indicator and benchmarks:

Of the 55% VMLRs who have availed themselves of the individual rehabilitation packages, the % engaged in constructive livelihoods six months after the completion of the process.

Communities perception of the local impact of the rehabilitation process

80% participants who report being rehabilitated in their families and communities without stigmatization


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