A protected Bangladesh for the kids

‘Kid sexual double-dealing is a worldwide peculiarity and Bangladesh isn’t a special case’

A roundtable conversation on the “Sexual Exploitation of Children in Bangladesh” was organized by Terre des Hommes (TDH) Netherlands and Dhaka Tribune on Wednesday.

Privileges activists from different associations and senior media experts were among the members. Reaz Ahmad, leader manager of Dhaka Tribune, directed the conversation.

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) Program Coordinator (Child Rights Unit) Ambika Roy and INCIDIN Bangladesh Manager (Legal Policy and Support) Rafiqul Islam Khan Alom conveyed introductions on the discoveries of the undertaking DTZ: Building Back Project executed by Terre des Hommes Netherlands ASK and INCIDIN Bangladesh subsidized by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs that filled in as a reason for the conversations that followed. A huge piece of the conversation is featured here.

Mahmudul Kabir, Country Director, Terre des Hommes Netherlands
Kid sexual double-dealing is a worldwide peculiarity and Bangladesh isn’t an exemption. From an undertaking, we can make proof. The present conversation is likewise the slightest bit of proof.

Kid misuse is most normal in our family and locally, which stays concealed generally speaking. These sorts of abuses make immense mental and actual harm. The concentrate additionally proposes that many couldn’t fail to remember the injury of the episode until the end of their life. We just get to notice the grimness of it through a small bunch of distributed occurrences in the media.
It isn’t just the obligation of the public authority yet every one of the partners to battle kid misuse. Obviously, strategy is significant yet in the event that we can’t work on our standards from the root, no one but strategy can’t bring greater change.

1.2 million kids are in the most horrendously terrible types of youngster work and 93% of them are in the casual area. Offspring of casual kid work are incredibly powerless against sexual abuse.