Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
CSA signed and implemented
Generation of a mapping report; national and local public awareness events; supplementary campaign with education workshops targeted at partners, young people, community leaders, transport sector personnel; strengthening of information mechanisms for relevant post-disaster issues in collaboration with the National Information Commissions and media agencies. Review of economic rehabilitation and reintegration models; sustainable livelihoods opportunities to targeted women through skill development training, including financial literacy, followed by job placement and start-up support to small-scale entrepreneurs; review of corporate social responsibility policies of corporate houses/private sector; advocacy on Women’s Empowerment Principles; engage private sector for crowdsourcing; training of counsellors, government and NGO staff to provide psychosocial support. Carry out an assessment to identify operational gaps, linkages of various stakeholders and recommendations between the policies/plans and programmes related to labour migration and trafficking; policy advocacy roundtables and inter-ministerial orientation workshops; institutional strengthening of the National Women’s Commission, Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, Ministry of Labour and Employment and relevant district and local offices; joint missions in the project districts.
Output 1.1 : Better understanding of underlyingrisk factors for women in the selected districts. Output 1.2 : Young people, members and leaders of communities and families of women and girls mobilized to address gender-based discrimination and violence against women in project districts. Output 1.3 : Right to information leveraged for post-disaster reconstruction in project districts.
Output 2.1 : Trafficking survivors and returneee women migrant workers have enhanced technical skills (vocational skills and entrepreneurship development) for job placement and/or entrepreneurship development. Outpuy 2.2 : Select corporate houses/private sector practice corporate social responsibility (CSR) and crowdsourcing to promote women's economic empowerment. Output 2.3: Pool oftrainers generated to provide quality psychosocial counselling services in select districts.
Output 3.1 : Evidence base generated to strengthen coherence in national policies on labour migration and antitrafficking Output 3.2 : Senior government officials in select ministires better understood the value of joint convergence on the issue of foreign employment and human trafficking. Output 3.3 : Local authorities and shelter/facility coordinators better understood the nexus of human trafficking and foreign employment in the project districts
Outcome 1: Enabling environment in homes and communities to address structural barriers, gender based discrimination and stereotypical intergenerational socialization patterns in project districts,
Outcome 2: Women migrant workers and survivors of trafficking enhanced capacity to become independent economic actors in select project districts.
Outcome 3: Enhanced coherences/ synergy between institution and policies on the issues of national gender equality commitments in particular foreign employment and human trafficking
Survivors of trafficking and returnee women migrant workers enjoy fundamental freedoms and economic and personal security in Dhading and Sindhupalchowk districts
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