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The Strategy on Advocating For Policy (NCAV) Mongolia

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THE STRATEGY ON ADVOCATING TO POLICY

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The Strategy on Advocating For Policy (NCAV) Mongolia

  1. 1. THE STRATEGY ON ADVOCATING FOR POLICY: THE SERVICE TO TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATE AND CARE 02 December,2013 D.Enkhjargal Director, National Center Against Violence, Mongolia
  2. 2. THE PROGRESS ON INSTITUTIONALIZE THE TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATING AND CARING SERVICE  1995 : NCAV established a shelter house with 4 beds capacity;  2002: The government of Mongolia, accepted the legitimate need for a shelter house and contracted our NGO for this service. The first time in history of our country, social service was sub-contracted to our NGO.  2004: An independent law violence was passed. Passage legislation marked the acceptance mechanism what and confidentiality on combating domestic of the domestic violence government’s formal is a sheltering service,
  3. 3. THE PROGRESS ON INSTITUTIONALIZING THE TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATING AND CARING SERVICE 2005: The Law on Social Welfare legislated the right of domestic violence victims to receive a social welfare for the first time.  The first time, the community-based social welfare types and scope covered shelter house service in this law;  The abused victim has right to access to social welfare services;  2009: The Standard Shelter House was approved. It became a fundament standard to have a service provision contract for the sheltering cost with the Government; 
  4. 4. THE PROGRESS ON INSTITUTIONALIZE THE TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATING AND CARING SERVICE  -  - 2010: Shelter house running cost per person was calculated and presented that State Social Welfare Department. The cost per person was calculated; State Social Welfare Department started financing shelter houses based on the calculation; The costs included safety, security and salary for shelter staff The amount of the calculation has been increased annually; 2011: The hospital based One Stop Service Centers were established. At three different places including; Trauma Hospital, Forensic Hospital and District level General Hospital. The each centers are able to accommodate the survivors from 1-3 days;
  5. 5. THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS  The lack of financial sustainability – allocate to both state and local government budget;  The safety and security risks service providers- legal protection  Un sufficient shelter house – Improve number of One Stop Service Centers at the local places and allocate budget at the state budget.
  6. 6. THE STRATEGY ON ADVOCATING TO POLICY To legislate role and responsibility to improve sufficiency and sustain finance   The draft reform of the DV law included the Government role and responsibilities; • To measure standard for the shelter house and monitor its implementation; • To set a service provision system with the non government organization for the temporary sheltering services; • To provide cost for the constructing the standardized shelter house and services from the state budget; • To ensure the order to provide financial support for the shelter house running cost (running water, power and heating) as well some non-financial support discharge from the land fee, or reduce the land fee;
  7. 7. THE STRATEGY ON ADVOCATING TO POLICY Improve number of One Stop Service Centers at the local places and allocate budget at the state budget. • • Mongolia has a large land. It lacks access to sufficient services; Mongolia has a small number of population. It risks to loss the confidentiality of the shelter house location; We see the module of the one stop service centers will be cover the above gaps, and reduce the risks. And, we have been conducting advocacy work to formally set up this system. The draft reform of the DV law included the role and responsibility of the Ministry of Health: • To create the hospital based One Stop Service Centers at the province and district level, and provide management, coordination as well as allocate cost at the state budget; • To provide required equipment, techniques as well as human resource for sustaining the one stop service centers;
  8. 8. Thank you very much for your attention

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