CPP TF

Led By: World Vision and Plan International

 

Our Mission

To strengthen the evidence base for Community-Level Child Protection programming, documenting innovative and promising practices, and developing guidance and capacity-building resources based on learning.

Key Priorities of the Community Level Child Protection Task Force (CCP TF)

  • Strengthen understanding of Standard 17 and corresponding inter-agency guidance among Child Protection Practitioners
  • Facilitate access to interagency guidance and tools to operationalize Standard 17 for Child Protection practitioners and other relevant stakeholders
  • Increase learning and evidence-based on community-level approaches
  • Support the joint Community-Level Child Protection Task Force and Case Management Task Force initiative “Community Engagement in Case Management” through the stages of learning, development, piloting, and dissemination

Resources

Community Volunteer Toolkit and Training Manual

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Today, more than ever, volunteers are on the frontlines of protecting children in their communities. Volunteers work tirelessly in complex humanitarian contexts and often face emotional and physical risks, with little recognition for their efforts. The Toolkit for Community Child Protection Volunteers and supplementary training manual aim to promote evidence-informed best practices when engaging...

Report | Community Engagement in Case Management

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Community volunteers are an integral part of preventing and responding to cases of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of children in humanitarian settings. They have a deep understanding of their communities, and help to identify children who are at-risk, have experienced harm, or have been separated from their family. Following global and field research conducted in 2020, the Alliance has...

Report | Community Engagement in Case Management

Community volunteers are an integral part of preventing and responding to cases of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of children in humanitarian settings. They have a deep understanding of their communities, and help to identify children who are at-risk, have experienced harm, or have been separated from their family. Following global and field research conducted in 2020, the Alliance has...

REPORT | MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN IN HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS: AN UPDATED REVIEW OF EVIDENCE AND PRACTICE, 2020

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This 2020 UNICEF review of evidence and practice to support the implementation of MHPSS in humanitarian settings has been updated from 2015, and now includes evidence from 2015-2020, and additional evidence on child and community participation. The 2020 review is based on the socio-ecological model, and incorporates findings on evidence and practice in Epidemiology – studies that explore...

Community-Level Child Protection Online Learning Series

This Online Learning Series follows Nina, a girl who has been displaced from her home, while she adjusts to her new setting and interacts with Child Protection actors. The 4-Part Video Series Covers: Introducing Standard 17: Community-level Approaches Reflecting on Current Community-level Programming Community-level CP in Humanitarian Action: The Need for a Shift in Mindset The Reflective Field...

Working with Communities to Keep Children Safe, v.1.1

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Infectious diseases like COVID-19 can disrupt the protective environments in which children grow and develop. Disruptions to families, friendships, daily routines and the wider community can have negative consequences for children’s well-being, development and protection. COVID-19 also has a direct impact on the ability of child protection actors to engage with communities, as well as on the...

Media

Video | The Reflective Field Guide: Community-level Approaches to CP in Humanitarian Action (Video 4)

Video | Introducing Standard 17: Community-level Approaches (Video 1)

Video | Community-level CP in Humanitarian Action: The Need for a Shift in Mindset (Video 3)

Video | Reflecting on Current Community-Level Programming (Video 2)

Strengthening Community Based Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings: PowerPoint

Webinars

Global Launch | Community Volunteer Toolkit and Training Manual: Part 1. Volunteers’ Roles in Case Management

A Toolkit for Community Child Protection Volunteers
Our vision is that these new resources will inspire child protection organizations across the globe to recognize the essential role of volunteers and develop case management responses that will engage volunteers ethically. This toolkit is based on the Community Engagement in Case Management study, which was commissioned by the Alliance and completed in 2020. During the webinar, we will share an...

Webinar | Virtual Launch of the Community Engagement in Case Management Study

This webinar was held in English with simultaneous translation provided in French, Spanish and Arabic. Register via this Zoom link. The Alliance invites you to this special virtual event to launch the Community Engagement in Case Management Study! The study is meant to share with the global community what we learned about the work of community volunteers; the roles that they play in Child...

Webinar | Working with communities to keep children safe in times of COVID-19

Infectious diseases like COVID-19 can disrupt the protective environments in which children grow and develop. Disruptions to families, friendships, daily routines and the wider community can have negative consequences for children’s well-being, development and protection. COVID-19 also has a direct impact on the ability of child protection actors to engage with communities, as well as on the...

Community Level Child Protection Task Force Leads

Michelle Van Akin, Plan International

Joy Cheung, World Vision