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Every humanitarian actor has a responsibility, and a role to play, in protecting children and promoting their well-being. Collaborating across sectors is crucial to achieve these goals and make the most of available resources.

Take a look at the new toolkit for building awareness of and support for working together across humanitarian sectors.

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Watch this 10-minute video, made for all humanitarian actors, to learn more about your role in protecting children and ensuring their well-being.

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Explore key resources by humanitarian sector, including easy-to-use guidance on working across sectors for children’s protection and wellbeing from the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS).

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Do you know about the CPMS E-Course?

Look into the following modules to increase your expertise in working across sectors for child protection and well-being:

  • Introduction to the CPMS
  • Principles and Approaches
  • Standard 23: Education and Child Protection

CPMS E-Course

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The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) provide clear and easy-to-use guidance on working across sectors for children's protection. They include a specific standard, key actions and indicators for every humanitarian sector.

If you have any questions or feedback, please contact the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, CPMS Working Group at cpms.wg@alliancecpha.org

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To contact us, you can send an email to info@alliancecpha.org.