“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING


“Caspian – Partnership for the Future” Public Union launches new project called Stop Trafficking starting from September 18, 2007. This project has been implemented with financial support of Embassy of the United States of America. The main idea behind the project is to enlighten and raise awareness of children-orphans on human trafficking issues through conducting interactive trainings and through spreading very useful information lists among school children. Children living in orphanages can easily become targets of human trafficking due to their vulnerability in the society. That’s why they need specific education and awareness in the sphere of human trafficking and children rights. Training will be conducted in one of Lenkeran, Sheki, and Ganja orphanage-schools and two orphanage-schools of Sumgait and Baku. Trainings will be conducted by interactive methods. During the trainings will be organized different psychological and intellectual games for children.

LENKERAN


“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

First training was conducted in the orphanage-school of Lenkeran in November 28-30. Training was conducted by interactive methods of teaching during three days. Every training participant received brochures also other necessary materials prepared in the frame of the Project. Next training will be conducted In Sheki.

SHEKI


“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

Next trainings within the “Stop Trafficking” Project implemented by “Caspian-Partnership for the Future” Public Union and US joint with US Embassy in Azerbaijan were conducted in Sheki on December 16-19, 2007. About 37 participants participated in trainings. 13 of them, were girls and 24 were boys. Trainings were held during three days. Every training participant recieved Broshure and and other training materials prepared in the frame of “ Stop Trafficking” Project.

BAKU


“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

Trainings within the “Stop Trafficking” Project implemented by “Caspian-Partnership for the Future” Public Union joint with US Embassy in Azerbaijan were conducted at three orphanage schools of Baku. First trainings were held at Surakhani Orphanage School №2 on February 18-20, 2008. About 30 children participated at trainings. Out of them 12 were girls and 18 were boys.

“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

On February 21-23, 2008 trainings were held at Sabunchu Orphanage school “For orphans and children without parental care” № 1. About 50 participants took part in trainings. Out of them 16 were girls, 34 were boys.

“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

Next trainings were held on February 26-28, 2008 at Subsidiary Orphanage School ‘For orphans and children without parental care”. About 25 children take part in these trainings, 5 of them were girls, 20 were boys.
Participants of all three trainings were provided with broshures and other necessary materials.

SUMQAIT


“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

In Sumqait trainings within the “Stop Trafficking” Project implemented by “Caspian-Partnership for the Future” Public Union joint with US Embassy in Azerbaijan were held at two orphanage schools.
First training was held at “Orphanage School with a English and Persian bias” on March 05-07, 2008 . About 30 children participated in three-day trainings. 17 of them were girls, 13 were boys.
Second training was held at Sumqait Orphage School. Out of 30 participants 16 were girls, 14 were boys. At the end of the trainings particpants were provided with training materials.

GANJA


“CASPIAN – PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE” PUBLIC UNION HAS STARTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PROJECT CALLED STOP TRAFFICKING

Last trainings within the Stop Trafficking Project implemented by our organization joint with US Embassy in Azerbaijan were held in GANJA, at orphanage school â„– 1 named after P. Huseynov. Out of 30 participants of trainings 13 were girls, 17 were boys. Last stage of the project will be Baku final report Conference.

BAKU FINAL REPORT CONFERENCE


Baku Final Report Conference was the last stage of “Stop Trafficking” Project implemented by “ Caspian Partnership for the Future International Movement” Public Union joint with US Embassy in Azerbaijan and Association for Civil Societ Development in Azerbaijan. Conference was held on March 31, 2008 at International Press Center. The main aim behind holding this report conference was to discuss the problems occurred during the implementation of the Project, to stress the reached achievements and to work out recommendations on conducting those kinds of Projects and their future expanding. Representatives from Association for Civil Society Development in Azerbaijan, local NGOs and Mass Media were participated at that conference. The president of “Caspian Partnership for the Future International Movement” Public Union Dr. Rustam Mammadov in his introductory speech stressed the significance of this kind of projects for Azerbaijan and added that the main idea behind the project was to enlighten and raise awareness of children-orphans on human trafficking issues through conducting interactive trainings and through spreading very useful information lists among school children. Project Lawyer, Ms. Leyli Huseynova talked about vulnerable parts of society that are potential sources for trafficking: young women, men, refugees and orphans. Project Trainer Sevinj Bayramova gave detailed information about three-day trainings organized at orphanage schools of Lenkeran, Sheki, Ganja, Sumqait and Baku.