Resource Center on COVID-19 and Children's Care

This section includes resources on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to child protection and children's care.

News on COVID-19 and Children's Care

Webinars and Events on COVID-19 Response 


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Save the Children,

This quarterly report details progress on key areas of Save the Children's global response to COVID-19 as of 1st July 2020, inclusive of data from quarter one and quarter two.


In this three-minute video, a group of self-advocates from Moldova share their insights on the impacts of COVID-19 on child protection and how to prevent violations of children's protection rights.

Yanfeng Xu, Qi Wu, Sue E. Levkoff, Merav Jedwab - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This study examined the relationship between material hardship and parenting stress among grandparent kinship providers, and assessed grandparents’ mental health as a potential mediator to this relationship during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.

Coco Lammers & Rachel Burton - Bank Information Center,

This article offers four ways the World Bank can better support children amidst the COVID-19 recovery. 

E. Jason Baron, Ezra G. Goldstein, and Cullen T. Wallace - Journal of Public Economics,

This study examines an unexplored consequence of COVID-19 school closures: the broken link between child maltreatment victims and the number one source of reported maltreatment allegations—school personnel.

Samantha M. Brown, Jenalee R. Doom, Stephanie Lechuga-Peña, Sarah Enos Watamura, Tiffany Koppels - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This study examined the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in relation to parental perceived stress and child abuse potential.


This learning brief, the first in a series, has been prepared for UNICEF country offices and practitioners as they respond to gender-based violence during the pandemic.

Laura M. Schwab-Reese, Ida Drury, Heather Allan, and Kasey Matz - Child Abuse & Neglect,

The purpose of this project was to determine if there were differences in learning outcomes between learners who completed child protection training in the usual delivery methods (Pre-COVID) and the fully virtual delivery methods (Post-COVID).

Andrea Danese & Patrick Smith - Child and Adolescent Mental Health,

The COVID‐19 pandemic is a ‘perfect storm’ for the mental health of young people, because of exposure to known risk factors for psychopathology and lack of support from the infrastructures that are normally in place to ensure safety and provide support.


This brochure from UNICEF presents the results from UNICEF’s Socioeconomic Impact Survey of COVID-19 Response.