Terre Des Hommes

Improving rehabilitation and reintegration services for victims of trafficking

2013 - 2016

Since 1960, Terre Des Hommes has worked to improve the conditions of the most vulnerable children worldwide through a series of health, protection and emergency relief programmes. The HDF-funded project improved rehabilitation and reintegration services for child victims of trafficking in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. This initiative prioritised the improvement of state-run shelter homes and Child Welfare Committees, as well as delivering emergency humanitarian support in the aftermath of Cyclone Hudhud.



TED talks ending violence against children

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