Through extensive consultation with local, national, regional and global humanitarian actors, the Alliance defined its strategic priorities for the period 2018−2020. These priorities were considered in developing the work plans of the Alliance’s technical working groups and task forces.
The Alliance’s 3 priorities are:
Integration: Child Protection and select sectors have mechanisms in place that foster integrated programming for prevention and response to abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence against children
Evidence-based programming: Alliance resources are grounded in robust evidence
Localization: Diverse local child protection actors from different contexts drive and benefit from the Alliance’s activities.
The two secondary priorities are:
- Strengthening the capacity of the child protection workforce
These priorities will guide our work over the next three years with the hope of bringing us closer to our vision of a world in which children are protected from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence in humanitarian settings.