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Rapport annuel 2016

Terre des hommes, (2017)


En 2016, Terre des hommes est venue en aide à trois millions de personnes dans le monde, dont un million et demi d’enfants – une première depuis sa création en 1960. A travers une centaine de projets répartis dans 38 pays, nous avons doublé le nombre de nos bénéficiaires en cinq ans. Au total, un million d’enfants ont profité de nos projets en santé, près de 300’000 ont été secourus en situation de crises humanitaires, et 230’000 ont été protégés et accompagnés.
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Child labour report 2017 - The Neglected Link: effects of climate change and environmental degradation on child labour

Lisa Myers, Laura Theytaz-Bergman, Eds.: Terre des hommes, (2017)


Over half a billion children are living in areas with extremely high levels of floods and nearly 160 million children live in areas of high or extremely high droughts. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 26% of the annual 6.6 million deaths of children under five are linked to environment-related causes and conditions. Children are also disproportionately affected by pollution, not only in terms of death rates, but also in terms of cognitive and physical development. This report illustrates that environmental causes also have an impact on whether children are pushed to work and on the kind of work they engage in, the conditions of work, exposure to dangerous toxicants and the risk of exploitation. However, the report raises more questions than it answers as it is one of the first reports addressing the question, how environmental degradation and climate change affect the vulnerability of children towards exploitation. Data on child labour is available, though by far not sufficient to understand all relevant root causes and dynamics. Only some data on effects of climate change and environmental degradation is available, mainly on health issues. Further research and awareness of the relationship between environmental changes and child labour are thus necessary to avoid that the respective policies and programmes fall short of achieving their objectives.
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Protecting the Rights of the Child in Humanitarian Situations Submission by UNICEF to the OHCHR Report

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), (2017)


In its resolution 34/16, the Human Rights Council decided to focus its next full-day meeting on “Protecting the rights of the child in humanitarian situations” and invited the Office of the High Commissioner to prepare a report on that issue, in close collaboration with relevant stakeholders. The report is to be presented to the Human Rights Council at its thirty-seventh session to inform the annual day of discussion on children’s rights.
https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Children/Hu...


Standard operating procedure for care and protection of children in street situations

Save the Children, (2017)


India | The ‘Standard Operating Procedures for Care, Protection and Rehabilitation of Children in Street Situations’, is a unique endeavour to streamline the processes and interventions regarding Children in Street Situations, based on the prevailing legal and policy framework.
https://www.savethechildren.in/sci-in/files/b9/b96...


Making an Impact for Children Annual Report 2016

Terre des hommes, (2017)


In 2016, Terre des hommes helped three million people worldwide, including one and a half million children – a first since Tdh’s creation in 1960. With a hundred projects in 38 countries, we have doubled the number of our beneficiaries in five years. In total, one million children have seen their health improve, nearly 300,000 have received aid in humanitarian crises and 230,000 have been protected and cared for.
https://www.tdh.ch/sites/default/files/170616_tdh_...


Was wir für Kinder in Not erreicht haben - Jahresbericht 2016

Terre des hommes, (2017)


Im Jahr 2016 hat Terre des hommes 3 Millionen Menschen weltweit unterstützt, davon anderthalb Millionen Kinder – eine Premiere seit ihrer Schaffung 1960. Mit ungefähr hundert Projekten verteilt auf 38 Länder haben wir die Zahl der Begünstigten in fünf Jahren verdoppelt. Insgesamt eine Million Kinder haben von unseren Gesundheitsprojekten profitiert, beinahe 300‘000 Kinder wurden in humanitären Krisen in Sicherheit gebracht und 230‘000 Kinder wurden beschützt und begleitet.
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Rapport travail des enfants 2016

Terre des Hommes, (2016)


«Car nous luttons pour survivre» Le travail des enfants chez les réfugiés du conflit syrien | Cette étude apporte des informations directes et pertinentes sur la réalité à laquelle sont confrontés les enfants syriens qui travaillent dans leur pays d'origine, dans les pays voisins ou dans d'autres pays en Europe. La guerre civile en Syrie est la pire crise humanitaire de notre époque. Des centaines de milliers de personnes, adultes comme enfants, ont été tuées. Les deux tiers des Syriens ont perdu leur maison et leurs moyens de subsistance. Des millions de Syriens ont été déracinés de leur communauté d'origine et contraints de fuir au sein de leur pays ou dans des pays voisins. Cette répercussion logique a attiré l'attention du monde entier non seulement sur la crise humanitaire qui touche à la fois les communautés locales et les gouvernements nationaux, mais aussi sur la tension économique et sociale. Les différentes parties continuent de faire couler le sang. Et les souffrances s'intensifient. Environ la moitié des réfugiés syriens et des personnes déplacées sont des enfants et des adolescents, qui sont deux fois plus vulnérables en raison de leur double statut d'enfant et de migrant/réfugié.
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Kinderarbeits-Report 2016

Terre des Hommes, (2016)


Diese Studie liefert einschlägige Informationen aus erster Hand über die Lebenswirklichkeit von syrischen Kindern, die arbeiten müssen: in ihrem Heimatland, in den Nachbarstaaten oder in Europa. Der syrische Bürgerkrieg ist die schlimmste humanitäre Katastrophe unserer Zeit. Hunderttausende Menschen – Erwachsene und Kinder – wurden getötet. Zwei Drittel aller Syrer haben ihr Zuhause und ihre Existenzgrundlage verloren. Millionen Syrer wurden aus ihrem Lebensumfeld gerissen und gezwungen, innerhalb ihres Landes oder in die Nachbarländer zu fliehen. Die enormen Auswirkungen auf andere Länder ziehen internationale Aufmerksamkeit auf sich. Diese richtet sich nicht nur auf die humanitäre Krise in den betroffenen Gebieten und Ländern, sondern auch auf deren wirtschaftliche und soziale Last. Das durch die verschiedenen Konfliktparteien verursachte Blutvergießen hält an, das Leid wird größer. Rund die Hälfte aller syrischen Flüchtlinge und Vertriebenen sind Kinder und Jugendliche: Diese sind doppelt verletzlich – als Kinder und als Flüchtlinge oder Vertriebene.
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Child Labour Report 2016

Terre des Hommes, (2016)


“Because we struggle to survive” Child Labour among Refugees of the Syrian Conflict | This study provides pertinent first-hand information on the reality facing Syrian children who are working either in their homeland, the neighbouring countries or elsewhere in Europe. Syria's civil war is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Hundreds of thousands of people - adults and children alike - have been killed. Two thirds of all Syrians have lost their homes and their livelihoods. Millions of Syrians have been uprooted from their home communities and forced to flee within their country or to neighbouring countries. The consistent spill-over has drawn global attention not just to the humanitarian crisis facing both local communities and national governments but also to the economic and social strain. The bloodshed wreaked by the different parties continues. The suffering deepens. Approximately half of the Syrian refugees and displaced persons are children and young people who suffer from a double-vulnerability: as children and as migrants or refugees.
https://www.tdh.ch/sites/default/files/because_we_...


CHILD PROTECTION ACTION PLAN 2015-2020

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, (2016)


This document aims to define a practical plan of action for the IFRC Secretariat to effectively integrate child protection, as a minimum standard, within its organizational systems and development, protracted crisis and emergency operations. The timeline for the action plan is 2015 to the end of 2020.
http://www.ifrc.org/Global/Publications/principles...


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