The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) are being revised and updated.
The revision aims to:
– Update and better the link the CPMS to the latest evidence and best practice;
– Increase applicability of the CPMS to all humanitarian contexts, while including preparedness work;
– Better communicate the standards to a wide range of child protection and humanitarian workers, particularly for those working at local levels;
– Strengthen cross-cutting issues throughout.
Now we need your input!
[Please note that Standard 19-26 (Integrated Programming) will be available from 1st July.
French, Spanish and Arabic speakers! Translations of Standards 1-18 will be available from 1st July.]
The drafts are available here: