Child Protection Minimum Standards Implementation Toolkit
With the 2019 edition of the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS), we are well prepared to improve quality and accountability in children’s protection and well-being. But the CPMS itself is only the first step in improving our responses to protect children. Child protection coordination groups, humanitarian agencies and national and local actors must now work together to promote and implement the standards within each country and region.
To support you in this important effort, the CPMS Working Group has prepared the CPMS Implementation Toolkit. It contains essential information on how to promote and implement the CPMS in diverse humanitarian settings from refugee contexts to infectious disease outbreaks and beyond.