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UNICEF, CTWWC,

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

Save the Children International,

The climate crisis is already changing girls’ lives and futures. Girls across Africa are facing growing challenges as the climate crisis increasingly impacts the continent, leading to a range of extreme weather patterns. In southern parts of Africa, girls are enduring devastating cyclones and floods. Meanwhile, the Sahel, Eastern, and Horn of Africa regions - home to the highest rates of child marriage - are grappling with severe droughts. Climate-induced migration is also on the rise in Western, Southern, and Central Africa.

UNICEF,

This UNICEF report aims to promote the use of data to make children with disabilities in the region more visible, bringing about a fuller understanding of their life experiences. It offers evidence crucial to decision-making to fulfill obligations, both moral and legal, to give every child an equal chance in life.

UNICEF, CTWWC,

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

Victor Vedasto, Adam Matiko Charles, Africanus Calist Sarwatt,

The study aimed to assess social and psychological challenges facing orphaned children living in the orphanages in Tanzania.

UNICEF, CTWWC,

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

UISG Catholic Care for Children,

This regional portrait describes Catholic-sponsored care for children in Eastern Africa using data from Kenya, Malawi, Uganda and Zambia. The first large study of its kind, it focuses on children who are particularly vulnerable—those at risk of or those who have been separated from their families. Many are in institutional care. This portrait also describes growing efforts, led by women and men religious, to ensure children can grow up in safe, nurturing families or family-like environments rather than institutions.

UNICEF ESARO Regional Learning Platform,

This webinar provided an opportunity for the care community to share experiences on the transformation of residential care.

UNICEF ESARO, Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC),

This UNICEF/CTWWC paper argues that climate change is the greatest current and future threat to children’s care in the Eastern and Southern Africa region. Responding to this threat requires urgent coordinated action related to care reform policies and interventions and climate change responses.