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This report is a synthesis of Save the Children Sweden’s work in emergencies in Africa, and it provides a useful overview of the community-based approach being used in emergencies to protect children...
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-...
This 2013 report presents findings from a rapid ethnographic study about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms in two urban slums in Mombasa. It is the first in a series of...
A child protection training package produced as a resource to assist facilitators to deliver and assess key competencies across the child protection sector. The training package, endorsed by the...
The core of the Village Safety Net Program (VSN P) can be summed up in the words of the villagers themselves, who described it as an initiative that “brings together authorities, parents and children...
This paper examines the case of girls' recruitment in Angola, which has received relatively little attention. The Angolan case is particularly interesting because it reveals that girls'...
'Community practices in child protection’ is a documentary research on internet aiming at identifying and describing community practices on child protection in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador...
This study, commissioned by Terre des homes and co-edited by the Regional Working Group on Child Protection in West Africa, represents a summary of information available about locally developed (or ‘...
As children remain exposed to conflict, violence, neglect and abuse in various parts of Sudan, Community-Based Child Protection Committees and Networks (CBCNs) are essential to mobilize community...
The Somali Region lies in the East and is the second largest of the nine Regions of Ethiopian. This context calls for interventions that should focus on strengthening child friendly customary...

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