Increase in Trafficking of Lao Women to China Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

Trafficking of women from Laos to China to serve as wives for Chinese men or to work in prostitution is increasing amid economic pressure following the Covid-19 pandemic.Trafficking is typically brokered by Lao middlemen who recruit young women or convince parents to marry off their ...

Phayboune Thanabouasy -

Multi-sector Consultation Held On Essential Services For Female Victims Of Violence

(KPL) Experts, government officials and development partners met in Vientiane this week to discuss how to adapt and use the manual Essential Service Package as a tool to provide essential services for women and girls who are victims of violence.Lao Women’s Union hosted the first ...

KPL News Desk
http://kpl.gov.la/En/Detail.aspx?id=46998

UN ramps up message on prevention of violence against women in Laos

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN) – Village authorities will spread the word about eliminating violence against women, hoping to change attitudes and put a stop to the abuse of women and girls.Rural people know little about the Law on the Development and Protection of Women and it ...

Phetphoxay Sengpaseuth
http://annx.asianews.network/content/un-ramps-message-prevention-violence-against-women-99879

Mekong region tackles stereotypes’ impact on violence against women

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN) – Representatives from the five Mekong sub-regional countries of Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam are meeting to strengthen their understanding of the impact of gender norms and stereotypes on violence against women.More ...

Viengdavanh Banphahaksa

PM calls for collective action to end violence against women, girls

Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith has called for everyone to join together in ending violence against women and girls, saying that this kind of pernicious violence continues to exist.The premier issued his message when joining other countries around the world in marking International Day for the ...

Times Reporters

More Than 1 In 20 Adolescent Girls Never Attend School

(KPL) More than 1 in 20 adolescent girls have never attended school and 1 in 5 adolescent girls have dropped out of school in the Lao PDR, according to a UN study.  The study conducted by the United Nations Population Fund suggests that nearly 2 in ...

KPL

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