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The global hub of knowledge to facilitate action for children without family care

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Ukraine Response

 

Ukraine MapThis section includes resources, news and other key documents related to children's care in the context of the current humanitarian crisis affecting Ukraine and surrounding countries. This section is updated daily.
 

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The OPT Humanitarian Crisis

 

This section includes news related to children's care in the context of the current humanitarian crisis affecting  Gaza and other parts of the Occupied Palestinian Territory. This section is updated regularly.
 

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COVID-19 Resource Center

Resources on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to child protection and children's care. 

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Transforming Children's Care

Visit the Transforming Children's Care Collaborative, aimed at establishing more strategic sector-wide collaboration.

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Transition Hub

Visit the resource hub on transforming systems of care, including the transitioning of residential care services.

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Browse the Practitioner Hub

Explore the Practitioner Hub, an online library containing practitioner-related resources organized around the components of the care system.

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See a new case study on children's care in the context of climate change in Kajiado County, Kenya; a report on the wellbeing of primary caregivers responsible for orphans and vulnerable children in Ethiopia; a comprehensive state-by-state survey of kinship care policies in the U.S.; and a book which serves as a valuable resource to think more broadly and flexibly about transition planning with care-leavers and much more.

New Delhi - Children in India are being wrongfully incarcerated with approximately 9,681 children found to have been wrongly held in adult facilities over six years from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2021, a study by London-based organisation iProBono has revealed. This averages to over 1,600 children being transferred out of prisons annually. The study is based on the data received through research and government Right to Information (RTI) applications.

The Care Leaders Council invites applications from passionate care-experienced advocates to join our global network of advocates championing the rights of care-experienced people and children without parental care.

The Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC) initiative conducted its Year 5 Household Survey as part of its commitment to building evidence around outcomes for children and families in the context of care reform. The second round of this survey in Kenya and Guatemala, and first round in Moldova, aimed to understand the impact of CTWWC interventions on children and families transitioning from residential care to family-based alternatives or receiving support to prevent separation.

The webinar took place on 30 April 2024 and focused on Chapter IV of the Guidelines: Deinstitutionalization grounded in the dignity and diversity of persons with disabilities, and how they relate to children and other children and other at-risk populations, such as elders and women.