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Current Projects

Unaccompanied Minor Refugee Nonviolence and Integration Program-Malta

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In coordinating with The Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants (FSM) on Assisted Voluntary Return (AVR) for refugees arriving in Malta, Communities Without Boundaries International (CWBI) and FSM have identified the need to structure a program towards addressing the abuses unaccompanied minors face while making their voyage.

Refugees face a series of challenges on their voyage to asylum, they may have experienced, witnessed or committed acts amounting to the breaching of human rights.

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Refugee Assisted Voluntary Return

DSC 0578malta flag drapeau bandiera bandeira flaggaCommunities Without Boundaries International (CWBI) will be partnering with The Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants (FSM) in Malta, to assist in managing and developing strategies for the rights of asylum  seekers travelling to Malta. Malta currently holds the largest number of asylum applications per capita, which has made it a serious political issue in developing resolutions to address the migration flows, especially in the issues of border control, search and rescue, detention services, and accommodation services.

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Neetu Pokharel (Nepal) YWB Member of the Month

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Neetu started her project titled ‘Transforming the Lives of Conflict Affected Children and Young People – A Scholarship Initiative’  in 2011. The project aims to support the children who had been severely affected by armed conflict in Nepal, by focusing on their education and ensuring them accommodations. The area of the project is a school named ‘St. John School’ in Bhaktpur district where two children named Sapana BC and Jhalakman BC (15-13 years old) were struggling for their future.

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YWB Project-Vuyo Lingwati

Vuyo-LingwatisaCommunity Youth Development Program gives learners an opportunity to develop their personal abilities while serving their community.  It is a two stage community youth development program with; an educational learning program and a community development project. The learning program goal is to stimulate and develop critical thought, foster awareness on social and human rights affairs in local and foreign communities, to use young people’s desire to create change in their surrounding space, by enhancing their skills not only to develop themselves, but also to transform and develop their greater community. The community project goal looks to mobilize and give a platform for the youth in these communities, to voice their concerns and address human security and socio-economic issues, by developing and implementing a community project custom made to fit the needs of their community.

The community program and project will be carried out in South African communities - rural, poor townships or informal settlement - with high violence.

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