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Children's Living Arrangements

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Country
 
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52.6%
Living with Both Parents
 
DHS 2015-16
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Children living with both parents, Total for children < 18; MW2015DHS: National Statistical Office (NSO) - 2015-16
27.4%
Living with One Parent
 
DHS 2015-16
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Children living with mother, father alive, Total for children < 18; Children living with mother, father dead, Total for children < 18; Children living with father, mother alive, Total for children < 18; Children living with father, mother dead, Total for children < 18; MW2015DHS: National Statistical Office (NSO) - 2015-16
19.6%
Living with Neither Parent
 
DHS 2015-16
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Children living with neither parent, both alive, Total for children < 18; Children living with neither parent, mother alive, Total for children < 18; Children living with neither parent, father alive, Total for children < 18; Children living with neither parent, both dead, Total for children < 18; MW2015DHS: National Statistical Office (NSO) - 2015-16
%
Effective
 
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Children Living Without Biological Parents

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68%
Both Parents Alive
 
DHS 2015-2016
21%
One Parent Dead
 
DHS 2015-2016
10%
Both Parents Dead
 
DHS 2015-2016

Parental Survivorship

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88.1%
Children with Both Parents Alive
 
DHS
9.5%
Children with One Parent Alive
 
DHS
2%
Children with Both Parents Dead
 
DHS

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UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

This is the first monthly update of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Learning Platform published in May 2022. 

UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

This is the second monthly update of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Learning Platform published in April 2022. 

UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

This is the first monthly update of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Learning Platform published in March 2022. 

Associated Press,

A drive to vaccinate more than 9 million children against polio has been launched this week in four countries in southern and eastern Africa after an outbreak was confirmed in Malawi.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

A poster for Child Protection teams to emphasize the evidence based practices of engaging volunteers that were documented in the research.

UNICEF, Changing the Way We Care,

The Regional Learning Platform on care reform for Eastern and Southern Africa provides an opportunity for government, UNICEF and others involved in care reform in the region to share learning through webinars, document exchange, a HelpDesk, and pa

Emily Delap of Child Frontiers, UNICEF Malawi country office, UNICEF ESARO, Changing the Way We Care, Government of Malawi,

This virtual study tour aims to provide you with an overview of care reform in Malawi from the comfort of your own home. Care reform relates to the care of children. It refers to efforts to improve the legal and policy frameworks, structures, services, supports and resources that determine and deliver alternative care, prevent family separation and support families to care for children well.

Alternative Care Thailand, UNICEF,

These presentations from UNICEF and Alternative Care Thailand were delivered during the July 9, 2021, workshop of the Care Measurement Task Force of the Transforming Children's Care Global Collaborative Platform. The focus of the workshop was on care measurement initiatives in Eastern and Southern Africa and Thailand.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

This is a 3-page document targeting donors, policy makers, and UN agencies regarding the roles of volunteers and how decision makers can support their roles

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action undertook an inter-agency project to provide a better understanding of community volunteers’ engagement in the case management process and develop guidance and tools to support their work.