The National Commission for Women and Children in collaboration and support from Save the Children developed a Child Safeguarding and Protection Policy for NGO and Government partners working for children. The Policy aims to provide directives and guidance to the organization to work with the children and youth sensitively and ensure that their best interests are always taken into consideration, promote and protect the rights of our children from abuse and exploitation during their engagement with the organizations/agencies.
A total of 61 children of grades PP to VIII, from the communities of Tshanglajong, Zurphey, and Goling, including the two Lifeline Child Representatives – participated in a weeklong camp on Art & Child Safeguarding organized by Save the Children – Bhutan Country Office in collaboration with District Education Office, and Tshanglajong Primary School, Zhemgang. The activity was funded through Sponsorship Fund.
The Program Manager of Save the Children Hong Kong, officials from the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights Child and Child Councilors of Kids' Dream visited Save the Children Bhutan from December 26th to January 3rd, 2017 on a learning visit. While in Bhutan, the delegation from Save the Children Hong Kong and Kids’ Dream attended the Annual session of the Bhutan Children’s Parliament in Thimphu.
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