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This issue of the BCN Newsletter focuses on Cambodia. It launches the Cambodian Practitioner Learning Video Series, a series of videos featuring learning from practitioners working across a range of care-related programs and practices.

Cross-Border Protection of Children on the Move in East and Southern Africa: A quick reference guide for bilateral coordination

Sara Lim Bertrand and Kristen M. Castrataro - Save the Children Sweden and Save the Children International, East and Southern Africa Regional Office

This Quick Reference Guide is a practical guide for all stakeholders who hope to implement a government-led, cross-border coordination mechanism for the protection of children who are unaccompanied and separated while in situations of migration or displacement.

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Presented at the UN Human Rights Council side event on Promoting Quality Alternative Care for Children with Disabilities on 5 March 2019, this video highlights the work of ABLE, a program of the Cambodian NGO Children in Families that provides inclusive family-based care for children with disabilities.

The Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) on Violence Against Children, Dr. Maalla M’jid, presented her first annual report “to define concrete and joint actions at the global, regional, and national levels to keep our promise to children to end violence by 2030," according to this press release from the United Nations.