Child Protection: Identification, Withdrawal,Rehabilitation Reintegration, Family support and followup
Since MCDP pursues integrated community development program that gives prior attention to children and women segments of the community, it mainstreams child protection activities in its development intervention in order to maintain the well-being of children through protecting from exploitative labor and trafficking. In line with this, MCDP carries out the following:

  • Provision of  Safe Home services so that intercepted children from trafficker as well as those run away children stay safely before reintegration to their community of origin and parents;
  • Intercepting, rehabilitating and reintegrating children who are victims of trafficking and child labor
    Children during Reintegration
  • Promoting community based child labor monitoring, reporting and referral  system 
  • Provision of training on child trafficking and labour to target community members , local security agents and polices;
  • Family and community Support for reintegrated children;
  • Community sensitizations to establish local by-law ;
  • Facilitating  Panel discussions on the issues of child labour exploitation and child trafficking and the mechanism of protecting children from labour abuse and trafficking;
  • Child protection through well-designed radio listening program;
  • Conducting series of community conversations (CC) through CC groups;
Conducting campaigns against  child trafficking, child labor and other forms of child abuse  using events like  World Day against Child labour and Day of African Child.