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Social Stabilization Program

Children, who have suffered serious physical and emotional punishment, are at risk of or suffered from sexual abuses, and have no potential for economic growth and social reintegration, after having received care and supports from the Center for the Development of Life Proficiency these children need to be reintegrated and stabilized in the community or home.

A  girl doing her weaving work in the family A girl doing her weaving work in the family

Vulerable family in the community receiving farming tools from VCAO

Social Stabilization
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CRC Article 39, Rehabilitation of child victims, states that parties shall take all appropriate measures to promote physical and psychological recovery and social reintegration of a child of: any form of neglect, exploitation, or abuse; torture or any other form of cruel inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Such recovery and reintegration shall take place in an environment, which fosters the health, self-respect and dignity of the child.

CRC Article 27 states, “The parent(s) or others responsible for the child have the primary responsibility to secure, within their abilities and financial capacities, the condition of living necessary for the child development?. The child’s home environment has to be prepared before reintegration of children. Commitment made by parents and local authorities have to be discussed, recorded and followed.

Children still need guidance and/or capital to establish and manage their job. They can have access to the micro-credit programs of other development agencies or VCAO, in case they need to. Support is continued until they have a stable job, and are able to control and manage their expenditure.