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Le présent document propose la procédure d’identification, de sélection, de formation, de suivi et d’appui aux familles d’accueil temporaire dans la prise en charge des enfants non accompagnés, séparés, enfants associés aux groupes armés, orphelins et autres enfants vulnérables en Centrafrique, aussi bien sur les sites des déplacés que dans les communautés.
This country brief is part of a series that aims to provide an analysis of children’s living and care arrangements according to the latest available data from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) or Multiple Indicators Cluster Surveys (MICS) at the time of publication.
Although not conclusive or exhaustive, this agenda represents a bold attempt to identify and prioritise key areas/research themes stemming from the Situation Analysis (2015) and other available evidence on the status of children in Uganda.
The purpose of the review is to provide evidence to support planning that will maximize the impact of the PEPFAR Uganda OVC portfolio.
This article presents a comprehensive, narrative review of international, research literature on informal, kinship care.
This report highlights key findings from a social norms study conducted in Zimbabwe to understand the drivers of violence affecting children.
In this chapter of Residential child and youth care in a developing world: Global perspectives, First Edition, the reader is introduced to residential care in Ghana.
This bulletin highlights the key objectives and key amendments of Uganda's Children Act Amendment of 2016. It also outlines the process by which the Bill was developed and approved and lays out next steps for implementing the Act and ensuring the rights of children in Uganda.
The State of the Ugandan Child: An Analytical Overview focuses on four thematic areas, namely: health and nutrition, education, child protection and child participation; with emphasis placed on the girl child.
The EAC Child Policy is the culmination of various processes geared towards the harmonisation of standards on and approaches to the implementation of child rights in the EAC.