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This is the monthly update of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Learning Platform published in October 2023. 

World Childhood Foundation, Eriks Development Partner,

The purpose of this study is to explore how growing up in private residential care in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai provinces of Thailand has affected children’s well-being over time. The research provided an important opportunity for young people to describe and analyze their experience, as well as make their own conclusions and recommendations.

Kate McAlpine, Raphael Dennis, Janeth Semwene, Belinda Mziray, Citizens 4 Change, World Childhood, Pamoja Leo, Railway Children, Families & Futures Coalition of Tanzania,

This mixed-methods study collects survey data from 253 adults involved with vulnerable children in Tanzania and narrative data from 31 young adults who experienced residential care during their childhood. The research fills a gap in the literature about the lived experiences of children in institutional care and the impacts of this type of care on their lives.

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH),

This literature review captures the perceptions and priorities of children and young people globally on climate change and its impact on their physical and mental health. The report summarises the voices and perspectives of almost 100,000 CYP from across the world.


El informe analiza los peligros meteorológicos más comunes que provocan el mayor número de desplazamientos: inundaciones, tormentas, sequías e incendios forestales.


Ainsi, le présent rapport analyse les aléas météorologiques les plus courants à l’origine de la majeure partie des déplacements, à savoir les inondations, les tempêtes, les sécheresses et les feux incontrôlés.


‘Children displaced in a changing climate: Preparing for a future already underway’ analyses the most common weather-related hazards that lead to the largest number of displacements: floods, storms, droughts and wildfires.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

The Unaccompanied and Separated Children Training of Trainers (UASC TOT) course is designed to prepare participants to facilitate training on unaccompanied and separated children (UASC). This training reinforces participants’ understanding of the specific needs of UASC, highlight good practice in working with unaccompanied and separated children under a protection framework, and provide participants the opportunity to apply learning so they can roll out training on UASC within their own organisation and to other stakeholders.

Family for Every Child,

Family for Every Child’s Virtual Gallery is dedicated to the voices of children and young people from around the world, exploring the issues that affect them and their care. They collaborated with VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai to support the “You Promised… Now Deliver!” campaign, and developed a gallery that highlights children and young people’s perspectives on care in Aotearoa via a virtual hikoi to parliament.

Hannah Won and co-coordinated by Better Care Network, ACC International Relief – Kinnected, Chan Sinet at Khmeng Onka Cambodia Care Leavers, and Mai Nambooze at Uganda Care Leavers,

The purpose of these guidelines is to support practitioners to develop messaging for children and young people that clearly communicates the intention to transition and the implications for children and young people in care. The guidelines seek to address challenges so that children and young people can fully understand the implications of transition and be granted opportunities to genuinely and appropriately participate in making decisions about their lives.