On April 26, 2021 the Centre for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD) in cooperation with the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Dak Lak province organized a ToT course on “Child protection and related policies” within the framework of the project “Child’s rights in coffee sourcing sector” funded by Save the Children International (SCI).
Overview of the ToT course
There was the presence of Mrs. Vu Thi Le Thanh (SCI consultant) as a lecturer and participants including experts of provincial departments and district divisions, Deputy Chairperson of the District People’s Committee, staff in child protection sector and teachers from primary schools in 6 project communes.
Lecturer Vu Thi Le Thanh (SCI consultant)
The ToT course on “Child protection and related policies” was implemented for 3 days from the 26th to the 29th of April 2021 in Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province. Through the ToT, trainers were equipped knowledge about child rights and child protection, measures to promote child rights and child protection in Vietnam. These trainers will acquire knowledge and skills to conduct 18 training courses in communities for 3 target subjects including students, parents and local staff.
Group activities in the ToT course
The ToT course took place in a lively and highly interactive atmosphere. Participants actively joined activities and obtained knowledge and skills of the training course. After the ToT, they basically understood about child rights and child protection in Vietnam, recognition of forms of child abuse and reporting child protection concern. From the ToT, CRD has selected potential trainers who will receive capacity-building assistance to conduct activities within the project.
Finding solutions for proposed problems
Participants receive certificate of participation in the ToT course
Center for Rural Development in Central Vietnam