Led By: International Rescue Committee and UNICEF
To strengthen case management in humanitarian responses as part of child protection systems building. The CMTF aims to improve the knowledge and skills of global, regional and field-level emergency children protection responders who are planning, implementing or supporting case management services in humanitarian settings by developing standardised tools and guidance, contributing to field-level learning and research, and providing technical guidance and support.
Key Priorities of the Case Management Task Force
- Ensure that Child Protection practitioners have access to inter-agency technical tools, guidance and support to strengthen case management systems in humanitarian settings
- Ensure that Child Protection practitioners have access to inter-agency case management capacity building opportunities at national, regional and global levels
- Collect, synthesise, and effectively disseminate learning and evidence on case management systems and practices.