South Sudan

Dabanga19 Mar 2017

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

BBC News29 Dec 2016

Dozens of children are seeking a judicial review in the UK High Court early next year.

The Guardian8 Dec 2016

This video from The Guardian discusses how six weeks after the Calais migrant camp was demolished, unaccompanied minors were transferred around France and are still waiting to hear from the Home Office. 

Sudan Tribune - ReliefWeb8 Oct 2016

This article from ReliefWeb discusses the release of 21 child soldiers in Sudan.

Mark Canavera - Children & Society Volume 30, (2016) pp. 356–3684 Jun 2016

The research in this study explores how systems strengthening approaches promoted by humanitarian agencies are perceived to have transpired in South Sudan during the country’s transition to independence. 

UNICEF12 Feb 2016

The story of a young boy who gave up being a child soldier to participate in UNICEF's reintegration program.

UNICEF29 Sep 2015

Depuis le début de l’année 2015, plus d’un million de personnes ont traversé la méditerranée pour rejoindre l’Europe. Près d’une personne sur cinq ayant rejoint les côtes européennes est un enfant…

UNICEF Centre de presse2 May 2014

La terrifiante épreuve d’une fillette reflète ce que vivent des milliers d’enfants emportés par le conflit au Soudan du Sud : séparés de leur famille, ils se retrouvent seuls et ont besoin d’une aide urgente.

UNICEF Centre de presse1 Feb 2014

Dans un contexte de déplacements de population à grande échelle et d’insécurité au Soudan du Sud, de nombreux enfants ont été séparés de leurs familles et de leurs communautés. 

UNICEF1 Oct 2013

RapidFTR is a versatile open-source mobile phone application and data storage system that seeks to expedite the Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) process by helping humanitarian workers collect, sort and share information about unaccompanied and separated children in emergency situations so they can be registered for care services and reunited with their families.

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