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01 Jul 2015
This paper summarizes learning related to prevention of family-child separation, reintegration of children in family care, and economic interventions that might support these aims. It was prepared to inform the focus and development of a project...
01 Mar 2015
The study explores family and community-based child protection mechanisms in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in July and August 2010. This study also shows effective support to child protection mechanisms is highly context...
01 Jan 2015
The majority of those affected by humanitarian emergencies are children. In times of crisis, children face increased risk of all forms of violence and exploitation. Emergencies both exacerbate pre-existing protection concerns and create new ones....
01 Jan 2015
The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) were launched in 2012 as a global tool to provide guidance on ensuring the protection of all boys and girls from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect specifically while...
01 Jan 2015
  The Youth Resilience Programme: Psychosocial support in and out of school has been developed by Save the Children as an independent continuation of the Children’s Resilience Programme. The programme is a nonclinical psychosocial and protection...
01 Jan 2015
Video on Introducing the  CPMS (Child Protection Minimum Standards in humanitarian action). For alternative languages see View and Download options.
01 Jan 2015
The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) is a set of 26 inter-agency minimum standards for child protection in humanitarian settings. This publication is a close analysis and guide to Standard 4: Programme Cycle...
01 Jan 2015
An unprecedented number of individuals and families, including increasing numbers of children, have crossed the Mediterranean and Aegean seas in an attempt to reach safety and security in Europe. This guidance note, prepared my multiple agencies,...
01 Jan 2015
Efforts to strengthen national child protection systems have frequently taken a topdown approach of imposing formal, government-managed services. Such expert-driven approaches are often characterized by low use of formal services and the...
01 Jan 2015
The Multi-Cluster/Sector Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) is a joint needs assessment tool that can be used in sudden onset emergencies, including IASC System-Wide level 3 Emergency Responses (L3 Responses). It is a precursor to cluster/sectoral...

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