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DỰ ÁN HỖ TRỢ KỸ THUẬT NÂNG CAO NĂNG LỰC QUỐC GIA PHÒNG NGỪA VÀ GIẢM THIỂU LĐ TRẺ EM Ở VN

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The International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour and Forced Labour (IPEC+) under the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch (FUNDAMENTALS) of the International Labour Organization is operational in over 90 countries worldwide and has the long-term objective of the effective abolition of child labour. In the short and medium term, the programme aims at assisting member States in designing and implementing policies and programmes which help them combat the worst forms of child labour. IPEC+ also aims at heightening the awareness of member States and the international community on the problem of child labour and forced labour as well as assisting them in implementing the relevant international labour conventions. In partnership with MOLISA as the key Government of Viet Nam partner, and its Department of Child Affairs as implementing focal point, the project "Enhancing National Capacity to Prevent and Reduce Child Labour in Viet Nam" is operational since 2015 by engaging with a wide range of government, social partners and civil society in its implementation. The Project's overall development objective is to build a comprehensive and efficient multi-stakeholder response for the prevention and reduction of child labour in Viet Nam. Placing capacity building for sustainable solutions at the heart of its interventions, the Project will deliver interventions under three mutually reinforcing components to achieve the following immediate objectives: • Increased capacity of national institutions and stakeholders to identify, monitor and respond to child labour, as part of the promotion of international labour standards. • Raised awareness of child labour, the associated hazards and prohibitions against it among all levels of society. • Implemented and documented direct intervention models for preventing and withdrawing child labour in selected geographical areas and sectors.