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Child Neglect In Humanitarian Settings

The Alliance conducted a literature review on the prevalence, patterns and impacts of child neglect in humanitarian contexts. The data show that child neglect is both the most common form of child maltreatment and the leading cause of death in child maltreatment cases. Even so, neglect has been overlooked, particularly in humanitarian contexts. This report will present the results of the review and offer recommendations for further research, prevention and response.

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12 Feb 2019
As part of the launch of the report on Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings, the Alliance provided a webinar, composed of a pre-recorded presentation video and a live Q&A to better support practitioners to engage with the report. In the pre-...
24 Jan 2019
Listen to the edited recording of this Live Q&A. ____________________________________ Join the Alliance for a Live Q&A on on the report, Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings.  Date:                                     Thursday, 24 Jan...
26 Nov 2018
The Alliance has recently released Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings: Literature review and recommendations for strengthening prevention and response which synthesises evidence on the prevalence, patterns and impacts of child neglect in...
01 Jan 2018
This study guide is a companion to Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings: Literature Review and Recommendations for Strengthening Prevention and Response, which synthesises evidence on the prevalence, patterns and impacts of child neglect in...
01 Jan 2018
The available data routinely demonstrates that child neglect is the most common form of child maltreatment and is the leading cause of death in child maltreatment cases.The purpose of this literature review is to synthesise evidence on the...

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