There are 5 Regional projects in 2017. Regional projects are implemented across the region or in two more countries. For 2017, these projects work on the issues of Participation and organisation of child.& youth, Youth and violence, Defense of human rights (defenders), Ecological child rights, Biological diversity, and Cultural diversity. Project partners implementing Regional projects: Mekong Youth Assembly […]
“terre des hommes Germany and a journey of changes: the role of children and communities to sustainable development”. By focusing on this theme, we decided to reflect on the policies and procedures of terre des hommes Germany on how to mainstream children rights and sustainable development to improve well-being of children, communities, social condition of […]
The Global Action Month on Child Rights (GAM) was founded in 2014 by children and youth of the terre des hommes International Youth Network. On the occasion of the anniversary of the UN Child Rights Convention children and youth worldwide claim their rights in the action month of November. For 2016, the topic for all […]
In accordance with the terre des hommes Germany philosophy, and consultations with project partners, the theme of the 40th anniversary of terre des hommes Germany in Southeast Asia will defined as “terre des hommes Germany and a journey of changes: the role of children and communities to sustainable development”. By focusing on this theme, we […]
tdh Germany operates in countries mired in inequality and poverty, beset by climate change and natural disasters, and burdened by unsustainable corporate and development projects. In 2016, tdh Germany in Southeast Asia accompanies 62 projects, most of which are using an integrated approach to children’s issues. Check out our new brochure and learn about our work […]
CAMBODIA has one of the worst deforestation rates in the world. Since 1970, Cambodia’s primary rainforest cover went from over 70 percent to 3.1 percent and tragically, Worse, deforestation rates continue to accelerate today. The overall rate of total forest loss has jumped nearly 75 percent since the end of the 1990s. In total, Cambodia lost […]
MEKONG RIVER Agriculture and Fishery. The rich river soil and water sustain agriculture and fishery. More than 10 million hectares of cultivated land is used for growing rice, the main staple for most Southeast Asians.The Mekong is one of the world’s huge rivers. Along with its two sisters, Salween and Yangtze, it drains the eastern […]
To mark the International World Day against Child Labour on 12 June 2015, terre des hommes has launched a study on Child Labour, particularly on Migrant Child Labour in the Thai Shrimp Industry. The report was made possible through partnership with Labour Rights Promotion Network in Thailand. This report can be downloaded here.