The purpose of this call is to identify projects that will reduce the incidence of child trafficking and improve access to quality services for those children who have been trafficked. The geographic focus of the call is India.
Key areas of focus are:
- Effective implementation of existing legislation on child trafficking – enabling children and parents to better access their legal rights; building the capacity & commitment of law enforcers to make this happen.
- Community-based prevention work – working with families in significant source areas to reduce vulnerability to trafficking; building community action to protect children from trafficking
- Decreasing demand for child trafficking for labour – focused campaigns targeted at commercial and/or domestic employers
- Successful reintegration – services that have a track record in successful reintegration of trafficked children back to the community
Applications are invited from non-government, not-for-profit organisations registered in India. We are looking for organisations that have a track record and are providing innovative solutions that put children at the core of their activities.
The application process will have two phases: Concept Note and Full Proposal.
Applicants are invited to submit Concept Notes by 17.00hrs GMT on Thursday 4th October 2012. For more information, visit this link.