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01 Jan 2013
Children in the disaster zone left by typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines are particularly vulnerable. In a disaster like this, it is normal for children to be distressed. You may notice that your children are having nightmares or trouble sleeping, or...
01 Jan 2013
Children in the disaster zone left by typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines are particularly vulnerable. In a disaster like this, it is normal for children to be distressed. You may notice that your children are having nightmares or trouble sleeping, or...
01 Mar 2011
This report describes two studies undertaken simultaneously in Indonesia and Sri Lanka to assess the relationship between child wellness and livelihoods programs implemented by Save the Children in the tsunami-affected regions. Two parallel studies...
01 Jan 2011
As a leading international child protection agency, Save the Children is often challenged to carry out case management activities directly with children. Save the Children also provides guidance and training to local organisations, government...
01 Jan 2011
Do African customs support and promote children’s protection rights? There are many positive customs that protect children and promote their well-being. However, some carry the risk of harm to children’s welfare, safety, dignity, equality,...
01 Jan 2010
Like the health sector, the social service sector struggles with a global crisis within systems of care and support for vulnerable children. This presentation addresses the serious challenges faced by the social workforce within Africa, such as:...
01 Jan 2009
The aim of this evaluation synthesis is to provide a review and summary of the available global evidence on community based child protection groups and their impact on children’s protection and well-being. It is guided by a Reference Group...
01 Jan 2009
During recent decades most affluent countries have experienced large increases in the number and diversity of immigrants, and accordingly it is anticipated that children in immigrant families will play an increasing role in these societies. However...
01 Jan 2006
In the rush to provide humanitarian response when a disaster hits or a conflict erupts, the appeal to “pay attention to gender issues” often falls on deaf ears and may seem irrelevant. It is not. “Paying attention to gender issues” or putting on a ”...
01 Jan 2006
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime created these child-friendly guidelines along with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). They were developed to help make sure that children who have been harmed by crime and children who have...

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