Introduction

3 days of Training on child Protection Case Management (Online) concluded held from 9 -11 Oct 2020 via zoom jointly organized by from CTRaDe and FEYVINA Foundation. Altogether 28 participants from Sangam Myagdi, Women Awareness Center, Mohattari, UCEP Nepal, Juvenile Correction Home, Kaski, Bhangaha Municipalipality, Mohattari, Aadibasi Janajati Mahila Uthan Kendra, Mahila Janachetana Kendra, CDS-PARK, Nepal Bikash Sangh Morang had attended the course.

The major topics delivered during training were child right and child protection, definition, and concept of case management, steps of case management, referral mechanism, introduction to forms and formats, case management communication, do’s and don’ts with children (Do No Harm Principles). The training was facilitated by Mr. Bikash Thapa and Mr. Vidya Sagar Pandey from CTRaDe and FEYVINA Foundation

Objectives 

Methodologies 

During training interactive model was applied to deliver contents of training following by brainstorming, presentation, case story discussion, and experience sharing from participants. 

Results 

Altogether 28 participants received basic knowledge on the issues of child protection case management, steps, referral mechanisms, Do No Harm Principle including developing a database for recording of protection case-related children. Participants committed to share their learnings with colleagues and apply gained techniques in their field. Likewise, they realized the gaps in the intervention they had carried out through child protection-related initiatives through the organization.

Shanti Thing Tamang, Program Coordinatorv from Aadibasi Janajati Mahila Uthan Kendra shared that training has enhanced their technical skill to deal with child protection issues and we realized that acquiring case management skills is most essential currently.

Ganga kumari Karki from Katari Municipality, Udaypur shared we deal with child protection issues through our organizations but we had lack case management skills further we have realized that also there is a need for a child protection database to keep the record of dealt cases.

Conclusion 

Participants became familiar with issues of the existing problem of child protection at the local to national level. Likewise, they came to realize their role in the promotion and protection of the rights of children and advocate for strengthening child protection mechanisms at the local level. Further, they received basic skill of case management communication and understood the process of case management and hence develop a plan of action to prevent and respond to the cases of child protection coordinating with relevant stakeholders 

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