Africa

This page contains documents and other resources related to children's care in Africa. Browse resources by region, country, or category. Resources related particularly to North Africa can also be found on the Middle East and North Africa page.

REPSSI4 Sep 2017
Location: 
Arusha, Tanzania

The theme of the next PSS forum, which will take place in Arusha, Tanzania from 4-6 September, 2017, is “Equity, Equality for all Girls, Boys and Youth”

SADC Parliamentary Forum3 Jul 2017
Location: 
Mahe, Seychelles

SADC Parliamentary Forum, in collaboration with Sweden and NORAD; the Regional Women’s Parliamentary Caucus (RWPC); ARASA; UNDP and UN Women, will host a Plenary Assembly Session of SADC PF from July 3 to 15, 2017 in Mahe, Seychelles.  The Women’s Parliament will be scheduled for July 5th and 6th, 2017.

UNHCR-RefugePoint3 Apr 2017

UNHCR-RefugePoint is looking for a Child Protection Expert as part of its UNHCR-RefugePoint Collaboration Project. 

Catholic Relief Services24 Mar 2017

Catholic Relief Services is looking for a new Senior Technical Advisor. 

Salifu .m .touray in Lrr – The Daily Observer – AllAfrica.com21 Mar 2017

A child protection awareness forum was held in the Lower River Region of Gambia to help promote positive discipline in every day parenting.

Bridget Mananavire - DailyNews20 Mar 2017

Article from DailyNews reporting that there are 4,701 children living on the streets of Zimbabwe’s major cities.

Rory Truell - The Guardian Social Care Network20 Mar 2017

Article from The Guardian’s Social Care Network recognizing World Social Work Day and the needs of vulnerable children in Zambia.

Dabanga19 Mar 2017

Article from Dabanga reports officials have expressed concern over the growing number of homeless children in Darfur. 

Fidelis Mbah12 Mar 2017

Street children in Nigeria face risks of being recruited by terrorist organizations.  This program held by American University of Nigeria hopes to reduce children’s risks of recruitment.

CNN10 Mar 2017

In this video, CNN exposes the exploitative factors of orphanages and volunteerism.

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