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Project ID:00078539Description:UNPFN/A-8 Child Rights Violati
Nepal UN Peace Fund
Start Date *: 2 May 2011
End Date*: 31 May 2012
Country: Nepal Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple
Note: This programme is funded from two sources: the UN Peace Fund for Nepal (00078539) and the Peacebuilding Fund (00074749). Of the total programme budget ($2,664,095), the UNPFN has funded $1,285,091, whereas the PBF has funded $1,379,004.

Project’s Strategic Outcome:

The overall goal of the project is to ensure that child protection actors, including State entities, are taking decisive and appropriate actions to prevent and respond to violations of children’s rights.


Project description:

The project will monitor and report on the discharge and rehabilitation process and ongoing violations of children’s rights, as mandated by Security Council 1612 and 1882, as well as provide appropriate services for children associated with armed forces and armed groups (CAAFAG) and other children affected by armed conflict (CAAC) to ensure that they are successfully reintegrated into their communities.


Peacebuilding Impact:

Activities will support the stabilization of the peace process by monitoring and responding to violations against children, strengthening child protection systems and by identifying and mitigating factors that increase children’s vulnerability to engagement in activities that threaten the peace process.


Project Outcome(s):

  • Strengthened capacity of child protection actors, including state entities, to monitor, document, verify and respond to grave child rights violations
  • CAAFAC are effectively rehabilitated and reintegrated back into their communities


Outputs and key activities:

  • Strengthened capacity of 1612 Task Force to monitor, document, verify and report on grave child rights violations and the compliance with the discharge Action Plan
  • Strengthened capacity of child protection actors, including government, to respond to documented cases
  • Frameworks for capturing patterns of killing and maiming and sexual violence are developed and implemented by the 1612 Task Force
  • Enhanced capacity of the government to implement the National Plan of Action for the Reintegration of Children Affected by Armed Conflict
  • Informally or self-released CAAFAG and CAAC have gained knowledge and skills that will contribute to their socio-economic reintegration
  • Sustained and coordinated advocacy against recruitment and misuse of children by political parties carried out by CAAC Working Group
  • Child clubs have mobilized to develop understanding and awareness of children and young people to transitional justice processes and peace building


Indicator and benchmarks:

  • Successful completion of discharge process in line with Action Plan
  • Status of delisting process of UCPN-M from the list of parties that recruit or use children in situations of armed conflict
  • Terms, conditions, commitments and activities specified in the Action Plan monitored and verified
  • Number of grave child rights violations monitored, verified, reported and responded to
  • Number of functional referral mechanisms at district level in place and responding to child protection issues
  • Number of CAAFAG and CAAC receiving reintegration support, disaggregated by gender and type of support
  • Number of closed cases due to successful reintegration
  • Inter-ministerial NPA comprehensive implementation plan developed and implemented by concerned ministries (MWCSW, MoPR, MoE)
  • Number of child protection partners trained in providing psychosocial support and in reconciliation and peace building activities
  • Number of community stakeholders trained on issues relating to children affected by armed conflict
  • Number of children and young people trained in transitional justice
  • Number and type of activities carried out by child clubs


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