Follow up and offering services to children in detention

1)      Conduct regular visits: Conduct regular visits to detention centers to check on the well-being of detained children and offer support and services.

2)      Provide legal representation: Provide legal representation to children in detention, ensuring they receive fair and impartial treatment.

3)      Conduct psychosocial support: Offer psychosocial support to children in detention to help them cope with the stress and trauma of detention.

4)      Offer education and vocational training: Offer education and vocational training to detained children to help them develop skills and prepare for reintegration into society.

5)      Provide medical services: Provide medical services to detained children, including regular check-ups, vaccinations, and treatment for illnesses.

6)      Establish family tracing and reunification programs: Establish family tracing and reunification programs to help children in detention reconnect with their families and communities.

7)      Provide post-release support: Offer post-release support to children leaving detention, including counseling, education, and vocational training.

8)      Conduct capacity building for detention staff: Conduct capacity building programs for detention staff, including training on child rights, psychosocial support, and alternative approaches to detention.

9)      Establish partnerships: Partner with other organizations and stakeholders working on child detention to share resources, ideas, and best practices.

10)   Conduct advocacy: Conduct advocacy campaigns to raise awareness about the rights of detained children and promote alternative approaches to detention.