Photo @ Terre des hommes / François Struzik / Palestine / 2015
At the former global Child Protection Working Group’s 2015 meeting in Bangkok, more than 100 child protection in emergencies practitioners and donors recognized the need for more coordinated interagency efforts towards strengthening Community based Child Protection (CBCP) work. In 2016, a dedicated task force was formed to address this gap. The CBCP Task Force is co-led by Plan International, World Vision and UNICEF. It includes 20 member organizations.
- Objective 1: Technical tools and resources on CBCP are developed/ revised based on evidence, including feedback from CPiE practitioners at all levels.
- Objective 2: Improved availability and accessibility of relevant knowledge on CBCP in humanitarian action.
- Objective 3: Improved linkages with other community based initiatives.
Access key documents and working papers. Essential resources can be found through the following links: