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.
An Inter-Sectoral Framework for Advancing Children’s Protection and Well-Being
How do we, as humanitarian workers, effectively collaborate to improve children’s protection and well-being? This Inter-Sectoral Framework aims to serve as a collective steer for doing just that: centring children and their protection needs across all programs, sectors, and responses. It has been co-developed through engagement with practitioners from across sectors in humanitarian, refugee and mixed settings.
Watch this 10-minute video, made for all humanitarian actors, to learn more about your role in protecting children and ensuring their well-being.
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
If you have any questions or feedback, please contact the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, CPMS Working Group at email@example.com
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