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SAIEVAC Campaign initiatives in Chittagong Division

SAIEVAC is an inter-regional initiative consisting 8 of SAARC based countries. The objective of the initiative is to taking effective steps to stop all kinds of Child violence within the countries. SAIEVAC usually organize campaign to raise awareness among the community. Through the campaign they try to create a mass awareness against child marriage, physical & humanizing punishment, hazardous child labor & trafficking in this region. In reference of it Ministry of Women & Children affairs is coordinating the SAIEVAC (South Asia Initiatives to End Violence against Children) initiatives involving 9 other different ministries in Bangladesh, civil society groupsof Women & Children Affaires (MOWCA) inaugurated a campaign event all over the country. As BITA has been administering development initiatives focusing on human rights, cultural upliftment and poverty alleviation from its inception, BITA dedicated to facilitate & implementation support of campaign events in 6 district & Upazilla level of Bandarban, Rangamati,Khagrachori,  Feni,  Laxmipur  &  Chandpur district. The awareness campaign event was designed to demonstrate film show, cultural presentation, discussions, materials demonstration & distributions etc. By this time BITA has already conducted 6 events covering 3 districts of Bandarban, Rangamati & Laxmipur with the participation of about 1000 relevant stakeholders like local elected representatives, Govt. administrative officials,   civil society group  members,community influential, women, youth & children. The participants emphasized to organize more events involving the youths and adolescents to raise mass awareness against child marriage, physical & humanizing punishment and hazardous child labor & trafficking in this region.

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