Protection from violence
FIGHT AGAINST VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AND WOMEN
A woman is three times more likely to be a victim of domestic violence if she was abused as a child (national survey on violence against women in France - 2000).
In Vietnam, 63% of women have experienced some form of domestic violence (2019)
Violence against children is detrimental to their well-being, their development and their future.
It is also a violation of their rights. Every child has the right to be protected from violence, maltreatment and all forms of abuse and exploitation, as stated in the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Violence against women is equally unacceptable.
Despite the efforts of some governments to reduce gender-based violence, it remains one of the major problems of society in Vietnam, Cambodia or Nepal for example. Widely underestimated and accepted by society, violence against women takes many forms: physical, sexual, psychological and economic. Worse, many victims remain silent for fear of being blamed and judged, which minimizes the horror of the violence and protects those who perpetrate it.
From individual psycho-social follow-up to training to emancipate victims, from the "school for husbands" to training in family budget management, and including debates with the younger generation, the social workers of Planète Enfants & Développement and its partners have developed methods to identify victims, to do prevention, to lift taboos, to fight against stereotypes and to change mentalities
"Every time a woman defends herself, without knowing it, without claiming it, she defends herself for all women".
Our projects to protect against violence
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development | Protection against violence | Family support 2022 Protecting and integrating internally displaced children and women By the end of 2021, Burkina Faso will have more than 1.5 million internally displaced persons...
Nepal Protection against violence 2022 A social center for prostituted girls in Kathmandu The law that criminalized prostitution in 2008 in Nepal, the stigma and the economic crisis linked to Covid-19 plunge into fear, isolation and poverty.
Cambodia Early Childhood Development | Since 2020 Kidora Daycare, a social enterprise Cambodian society is changing. Traditional models are being questioned and more and more women are working outside the home.
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development Since 2019 BiiBop, social enterprise for games and toys The few nurseries and kindergartens called CEEP (Centre d'Eveil et d'Education Préscolaire) in Burkina Faso lack games and toys to stimulate...
Burkina Faso Socio-professional Insertion 2018-2021 A college against school dropout In sub-Saharan Africa, school dropout is a real challenge. Even more so in the countryside where children help their families in the fields, to keep...
Burkina Faso Maternal and Child Health 2019-2021 Improving hygiene in schools Initiated in 2019 in Burkina Faso, the project to install handwashing devices in schools protects children from many diseases and promotes their...
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development | Family Support 2019-2021 For efficient social and civil registration services Burkina Faso's population is exploding in large cities, driven by births and internal displacement. 23%...
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development | Socio-professional Integration 2018-2021 The profession of maternal assistant: for the awakening of children To respond to the lack of quality childcare facilities for children under 3 years old and the problem of...
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development | Family Support 2020-2023 Supporting Parenthood To prepare future generations and fight against inequality and extreme poverty in Burkina Faso, it is urgent to help parents prepare for the future.
Burkina Faso Early Childhood Development families 2020-2023 Educators trained for quality preschool education Since 2010, Planète Enfants & Développement has been working on better quality education in Burkina Fasoo....
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