The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is currently co-led by UNICEF and Save the Children.

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Meet the team:

Coordinator

Hani Mansourian is the Coordinator for the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, on behalf of UNICEF. Hani has worked with children and refugee populations in development and humanitarian contexts since 2000. He has worked with local and international NGOs as well as several UN agencies. Hani has participated in child protection responses in over a dozen humanitarian contexts.

Contact Hani: hmansourian (at) unicef.org

Coordinator

Audrey Bollier is the Coordinator for the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, on behalf of Save the Children. Audrey has 14 years of humanitarian experience, including almost a decade in the field of Child Protection in Emergencies in various contexts including Sri Lanka, Iraq and South Sudan. For the last three years, Audrey has worked on the Syria Crisis response in Jordan and subsequently at regional level as Child Protection Advisor.

Contact Audrey: audrey.bollier (at) savethechildren.org

Intern

Lisa Mulligan is currently part of Harvard’s Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery program run by Harvard’s Program in Refugee Trauma. She most recently worked in child protection for a start-up iNGO in Greece–helping the most vulnerable cases in camp receive specialized support. Previously, Lisa has worked with the International Rescue Committee in California, where she aided the employment services team. Lisa graduated with her Masters in Social Work from University of Southern California, Dean’s List, with a focus in family and child trauma. She completed her clinical internship at the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco, an award-winning agency.

Knowledge Management

Jed Gerlach is an International Programs Assistant who has been seconded from Plan International USA to work on improving the accessibility of CPiE resources for The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action for the next three months. His planned activities include organizing webinars and a CPiE resource database, facilitating the translation of important resources, and distributing CPiE resources. Jed has a Bachelor’s degree in Human Rights Studies, and supports the management of health, resilience, child protection, education, and youth economic empowerment projects.

Contact Jed: jed.gerlach (at) planusa.org

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