"This unprecedented socio-economic crisis has already rapidly exacerbated root causes of some of the biggest threats to child survival and well-being, such as hunger, reduced access to health, education, social, and child protection services."
This policy paper, coordinated by the Alliance and co-sponored by UNICEF and Save the Children, seeks to lay out key arguments for close collaboration across Social Protection and Child Protection sectors to address the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on children and families towards reduction of adverse Child Protection outcomes.
Coordinated by: The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
Co-sponsors: UNICEF and Save the Children
Endorsing Agencies: ChildFund Alliance, International Federation of Red Cross, International Rescue Committee, Maestral International, Plan International, Proteknôn Foundation for Innovation and Learning, War Child Holland, World Vision International and Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary- General on Violence against Children.
Intended Audience: UN and multilateral development agencies, regional bodies, national governments, and donors