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A signing Ceremony of Memorandum of Agreement on Ending Child LabourProgramme (ECLP) between United Development Initiatives for Program Actions (UDDIPAN) and Teree des Hommes Netherlands andUDDIPANheld at UDDIPAN Head Office in January 2016.

Md. EmranulHuqChowdhury, Executive Director & CEO, UDDIPAN is handed over the signed Memorandum of Agreement byMr. EhsanulHoque, Program Specialist, Child Labour, TdH NL. Mr. Sawkat Ali Talukder, Deputy Director & Head MFP and Dr. S M Shahidullah, Assistant Director, MFP, UDDIPAN are also seen in the photograph.

Name of the Program: Ending Child Labor in Bangladesh: A Comprehensive Approach

Program Duration: 3 Years (January 2016- December 2018)

Consortium members: UDDIPAN,SEEP, VERC, SSS & BSAF

Lead Organization: United Development Initiatives for Program Actions (UDDIPAN)

Assisted by: Terre Des Hommes –Netherlands

Programme catchment area: Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Dinajpur,Jessore, ,Kushtia, Meherpur, Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Gaibandha, Natore, Trangail,Narshingdiand Narayangonj

Total beneficiaries of the Programme : 15210 Children and 101,460 adult beneficiaries

Goal of the Programme: Vulnerable children in Bangladesh are free from hazardous child labor (HCL), forced work, child domestic work, abuse and exploitation.

Strategic Objective: Vulnerable children in selected intervention areas of TdH-NL (Dhaka, Savar, Chittagong, Narayanganj and Tangail), in Bangladesh have been withdrawn from HCL, forced work and child domestic work, reduced risk of abuse and exploitation.

Programme outcomes:

  1. Children at risk of child labor and children exploited through labour claim their rights
  2. Families and communities protect children from (the worst forms of) child labor
  3. Government protects children by making and adequately implementing laws and policies to protect children from (the worst forms of) child labour
  4. Civil society organizations protect the rights and best interests of children (and children vulnerable to) (worst forms of) child labor
  5. Private sector contributes to the wellbeing of children vulnerable to or victims of (worst forms of) child labor