DtZ annual report 2016

Author: Admin Eline
Imprint: The Hague, May/2017
Associated Institutions : ICCO ECPAT Plan TdH FG
Resource Type: Documents
Document Type: Summary / Resumen
Countries : Bangladesh Plurinational State of Bolivia Brazil Colombia Dominican Republic Indonesia India Nicaragua Peru Philippines Thailand
Explotation Type: Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) / Explotación sexual de niñas (ESCNNA)
Actor: Children / Niños, niñas y adolescentes Families & Communities / Familias y Comunidades Government / Gobierno Law enforcement / Fuerzas del orden Private sector / Empresas e industrias activas
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This report describes the results of the first 6 months (July-December 2016) implementation of the Down to Zero programme, after the successful completion of the inception period in the first half of the year.

The Down to Zero (DtZ) Alliance is a partnership with The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), led by Terre des Hommes, with Defence for Children-ECPAT, Free a Girl, ICCO Cooperation, and Plan Netherlands. The programme aims to end Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in 11 countries, by addressing 4 interrelated actors: children, community members, government officers, and private sector actors. The programme was designed in the first half of 2016. In that same period the Alliance governance structure was put in place, communication- and learning strategies were agreed, a baseline was carried out and implementing partners were identified. A detailed report about the results of the first half year is described in the inception report of DtZ. The implementation of the programme by local partners of the Alliance began in July 2016.



Youth Voices for Change is an initiative of the Down To Zero Alliance that seeks to prevent the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents by amplifying the voices of young leaders for change in Latin America and Asia.