The Sourcebook-IV provides training modules for rights-based integrated child protection service delivery systems at the secondary and tertiary prevention levels. Part 1 of the Sourcebook focuses on the preventative, comprehensive, integrated and systemic, and universal community-based and family-based service delivery systems for children; and the methods of case management and outcomes-based project cycle. Part 2 discusses children and families at risk and the role of community-based Integrated Childcare and Support Centres for providing supplementary care and support services to them at the secondary prevention level. It also focuses on children facing sociolegal problems such as deprivation of parental care, violence, and conflict with law, and the role of District-based Integrated Child Protection Centres for providing protection, justice and rehabilitation to them at the tertiary prevention level. Part 3 focuses on children in emergencies in general and in specific situations and role of Integrated Child Protection Centres in these situations.
- Children Without Parental Care and Need for Integrated Alternative Childcare Centres
- Specific Alternative Childcare Services
- Children and Families in Specific Risk Situations and Need for Support Services
- Children and Families at Risk and Need for Integrated Childcare and Support Centres
- Children in Specific Emergency Situations and Need for Child Protection Services
- Review of Service Delivery Systems for Welfare, Protection and Justice for Children in India