Western Asia

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MEASURE Evaluation19 Jul 2017

New MEASURE Evaluation two-year program will assess and improve Armenia's child protection system, with particular attention to children living in, or at risk of entering, residential care or those left without parental care.

Armenpress News Agency1 Jun 2017

Armenpress News reports 633 children registered as living in orphanages in Armenia, with 450 of those children being children with disabilities. 

BBC News18 May 2017

Turkey has opened a vast centre, termed "Orphans City," dedicated to housing and educating orphans from war-torn Syria.

International Organization for Migration28 Mar 2017

International Organization for Migration seeks a special short-term graded protection officer for its Gaziantep, Turkey Duty Station.  The position is expected to last six-months with possible exte

Cyprus Mail Online21 Feb 2017

Hope for Children starts pilot foster care program in Cyprus.

Better Care Network3 Feb 2017

The Committee's recommendations on the issues relevant to children's care are highlighted, as well as other care-related concluding observations, ratification dates, and links to the Universal Periodic Review and Hague Intercountry Adoption Country Profile.

Human Rights Watch1 Feb 2017

This report is based on Human Rights Watch visits to five state-run orphanages and ten state-run schools, including six special schools and four mainstream schools, and interviews with 173 people, in eight cities in Armenia. 

iMMAP, UNICEF1 Jan 2017

This document provides analysis of child protection needs and risks at the government level to support child protection actors in programmed development, resource mobilasation and advocacy.

UAFA13 Dec 2016

A video from UAFA emphasizing the importance of early intervention.

Ioana Calinescu, Petrut Calinescu - The Black Sea7 Dec 2016

This article from The Black Sea covers the deinstitutionalization process of Georgia which began in 2009.

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