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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READY: Global Readiness for Major Disease Response,

The first webinar, hosted on 27 January 2021, is aimed at health practitioners with the goal of introducing the guidance and helping practitioners understand their role in preventing family separation and supporting unaccompanied and separated children.

Gabriela Guerrero - Programa de Educación del Diálogo Interamericano y la Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe de UNICEF,

Este mapeo inicial tiene dos objetivos: a) identificar temas e intereses comunes entre las encuestas implementadas en los diferentes países de la región; y b) analizar las fortalezas y desafíos enfrentados cuando se implementan este tipo de ejercicios de medición, en particular durante una situación de distanciamiento social como la que implica la Covid-19.

The Scottish Government,

This briefing is the fifth in a series of evidence summaries on the impact of COVID-19 on the wellbeing of children and families in Scotland, drawing on wider UK and international research where appropriate.

UNICEF Ghana, Social Policy Research Institute (SPRI), National Development Planning Commission (NDPC),

This briefing paper - developed by UNICEF and the Social Policy Research Institute, in collaboration with the National Development Planning Commission - built on existing microdata, analyses of children’s vulnerabilities and specific phone survey data collected between March and June 2020. The paper outlines the primary and secondary impacts of COVID-19 on children in Ghana, including the impacts on vulnerable children such as children with disabilities, street-connected children, and children in residential care.

Better Care Network, Law Futures Centre - Griffith Law School, World Childhood Foundation, Eriks Development Partner,

This briefing paper draws on data and findings from the report: Impact of COVID-19 on Privately Run Residential Care Institutions: Insights and Implications for Advocacy and Awareness Raising.

UN Women,

This brief from UN Women explores who is shouldering the increased burdens of household care in light of the pandemic lockdowns and other restrictions and by how much those burdens have increased.

Eriks Development Partner, Kinnected, Better Care Network, World Childhood Foundation, Griffith University,

This case study is drawn from the Impact of COVID-19 on Privately Run Residential Care Institutions Study. It presents a summary of the account given by one participant.

Better Care Network, Law Futures Centre - Griffith Law School, World Childhood Foundation, Eriks Development Partner,

This study was a small-scale piece of qualitative research that involved 21 semistructured interviews with founders, funders, and directors of RCIs across 7 countries. It was designed to better understand the impacts of COVID-19 on the operations of residential care institutions including funding, staffing, volunteering, children’s care, education, family connection and reintegration.

Save the Children,

In this Humanitarian Plan, Save the Children lays out its response to the COVID-19 crisis, which is designed to directly support and advocate for children’s right to survive, learn and be protected, and will be delivered through a multi-sectoral response to children’s needs arising from the wide-ranging impacts of COVID-19 on children’s rights.

WLSA Moçambique,

Nesta pesquisa temos como objectivos centrais:
1. Identificar no contexto mundial, regional e nacional quais são as estratégias e as políticas públicas relativamente à situação das raparigas e mulheres.