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Report | The Unprotected: Annual Spotlight on Child Protection Funding in Humanitarian Action – 2021

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Report | The Unprotected: Annual Spotlight on Child Protection Funding in Humanitarian Action – 2021

Date of publication: 
17 Jan 2022

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Authors: 
Margot Thierry and Amanda Brydon
Publisher: 
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
CP AoR
Save The Children
UNHCR
Publication type: 
Reports

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Children make up 50% of those affected in humanitarian crises and are disproportionately impacted by conflict and crisis. Throughout 2020 and 2021, COVID-19, conflict and climate change have been impacting children at unprecedented scale, putting them at risk and driving displacement, poverty and violence. Whilst funding for child protection is increasing, child protection consistently remains one of the most underfunded sectors in humanitarian action and funds not meeting increasing needs. Closing this gap will require collective action to change the way we think about children’s protection and its centrality to crisis response.

Building on the findings and research methodology of Unprotected: Crisis in Humanitarian Funding for Child Protection and Still Unprotected, this report highlights key areas associated with funding for child protection in humanitarian crises, including both cluster and refugee responses in 2020. A snapshot is also given for 2021 with data available as of October 2021.

Total number of pages: 
34
Audience: 
Donors
Policy makers
CP Practitioners
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Language(s) of materials: 
English
Country(s) this content is relevant to: 
All countries

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