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Terre des Hommes - Middle East
In the Middle East, Tdh continues to support the humanitarian response by helping children and their relatives affected by the Syrian conflict. Tdh improves livelihood by addressing the problems of natural resource management and rural economic development. Mother and child healthcare as well as access to drinking water are vital. Day care centres for street children and rehabilitation centres for children in conflict with the law were also established.
Terre des Hommes - Health
Children have a right to healthcare.
Terre des hommes helps hundreds of thousands of children and their mothers to benefit from their right to healthcare, food and hygiene in a sustainable manner and within their communities. Tdh advises and assists mothers of malnourished children, pregnant women and mothers of newborn infants. Tdh ensures they are cared for in paediatric wards when necessary and also encourages breastfeeding. Tdh transfers children who cannot be treated in their own country to European University hospitals and organises surgical procedures in developing countries. During humanitarian crises, Tdh ensures access to drinking water and sanitary facilities and also improves hygiene in the affected communities.
Terre des Hommes - Protection
Terre des hommes (Tdh) is actively engaged in protecting children against exploitation, abuse, trafficking and violence. Children with no parental protection, especially street children, migrant children and orphans, are particularly exposed to these dangers. Through reintegration with their family, school or a professional activity, Tdh gives them new future perspectives. Child labor – Philip Morris Please share so many people out there!
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About the theme:
We want these designs to take on the role of a snapshot in time representing the 21st century and showing what is going on.
With this graphic our thoughts turn to the journalist Gaudi Andr é Kieffer, who got kidnapped at the Ivory Coast in April 2004. He did research on the case of money laundering in connection with the cocoa trade against the government. We have not yet received any sign of life from Gaudi André Kieffer.
That's a great idea! Take a look at it! You can visit the websites of the organisations directly and make your donation there. Our main aim is to inform you and this is very close to our heart. As we are aware of the time-consuming aspect of research and we want to make it easier for you to get informed, we often collect information for days or even weeks.
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Exploitation of girls in the Indian tobacco industry
How to combat modern slavery - Kevin Bales (Ted)
In this moving yet pragmatic talk, Kevin Bales explains the business of modern slavery, a multibillion-dollar economy that underpins some of the worst industries on earth. He shares stats and personal stories from his on-the-ground research -- and names the price of freeing every slave on earth right now.
Philip Morris and the intolerable conditions of working children worked there, put me back on this issue (Netzfrauen)
My husband told me about a flight to Beijing with a stopover in Karachi / Pakistan, because the crew had to be changed. In his spare time he visited with the crew the bazaar target was the carpet dealer. The guests were received very courteous and all were welcome to a cup of chai and a small decorative rug. After the crew had bought very generous, they were invited by the owner of the shop, to see the production inside the country. After a long drive the interested parties came to a fenced area with barbed wire in the middle of the countryside, with no infrastructure in the area.
Again, they were presented with a decorative rug, but the turn rejected some. My husband’s quote: “It was like a prison, the barbed wire was the” inmates “disincentive to leave the premises. The work spaces were empty, only the looms were standing there, one next to the other. And there were so many small frames, even a diminutive woman had previously found no place. “…. This experience has been over 20 years already at that time was the owner of this means clear that Europeans had appalled by this form of child labor, no good publicity, so they were hidden. Only the rugs testified to them, Exercises, made by little hands … under what conditions?
Child labor today
Once googled and was killed with links about this topic. This is the abstract of child labor today. In the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 are entitled to food, accommodation and medical assistance (Article 25), right to education (Article 26), right to liberty (Article 4), and even 27 other fundamental rights in the General Assembly of the United nations were decided. Rights, but the kids just seem to have no claim.
Quote: “knot carpets, cut stones, toiling as domestic slaves on plantations plow – work worldwide estimated to be between 158 (UNICEF) and 218 million (Terre des Hommes) children regularly for several hours a day. 126 million of them toil in dangerous and exploitative conditions. The often much too hard work and abuse cause many children permanent damage to body and soul. For child traffickers, factory owners and entire industries do business with child laborers is very lucrative. Children are easy to exploit, can not defend themselves and are almost never unionized. And they are much cheaper than adult workers. ”
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