On behalf of the Community Based Child Protection in Emergencies Task Force, Plan International shares a recently released case study from Plan International Rwanda entitled: Community-Based Alternative Care: A Strategy For Protecting Burundian Refugee Girls and Boys: A Case Study from Mahama Camp, Rwanda by Alexandra Shaphren, Child Protection in Emergencies Specialist for Plan International. This case study highlights the community based approach to identification of unaccompanied and separated children, linkages with case management professionals, and the community’s role in caring for and supervising children in interim care.