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Strategic Plan and Work Plan

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Strategic Plan and Work Plan

After a multi-stage, collaborative process, the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action has defined its strategic priorities for 2018−2020.  These priorities—integrated programming, evidence-based programming, and localisation—are driving the Alliance’s work and, most importantly, the work plans of its four working groups and six task forces. The Alliance's nearly 100 member organisations are working together to ensure the fulfilment of the strategic plan and work plan. UNICEF co-leads the Alliance with Save the Children and also co-leads the Learning and Development Working Group and the Community-Based Child Protection and Case Management Task Forces within the Alliance. 

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22 Dec 2018
Dear Partners of the Alliance, As we draw 2018 to a close, we wanted to reflect on the year we are leaving behind and lay out our ambitions for the one we are entering. We must admit, 2018 has not been a good year for children. Despite tireless...
27 Nov 2018
The Alliance held its 1-day Annual Meeting in Nairobi, Kenya on 17 October 2018, conjoining the Alliance-INEE Roundtable. Approximately 150 practitioners from a wide range of agencies were in attendance.  UNICEF Global Chief of Child Protection,...
27 Oct 2018
On 17-19 October 2018, the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action convened practitioners, academics, donors, and policy makers working on the issue of child protection in humanitarian action for their Annual Meeting in Nairobi. These...
18 Oct 2018
Members of the Community Based Child Protection (CBCP) Task Force have undertaken a systematic review of literature and research on the types and nature of community based child protection approaches, how they function, and how agencies can engage...

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