Children's Living Arrangement
Children Living without Biological Parent
Children at Risk of Separation
Formal Alternative Care Arrangements
Key Reform Indicators/Progress Markers
Social Work Force
Key Research Sources
Exploring the "Orphan Myth" in Thailand: An Analysis of Unregistered, Private Children's Homes in Sangkhlaburi District
Exploring the "Orphan Myth" in Thailand (Thai language): An Analysis of Unregistered, Private Children's Homes in Sangkhlaburi District
When a good heart is not enough: Summary of a research project "A Comparative Analysis between the Practice of Chiang Mai Children's Homes and the United Nations Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children"
การศึกษาทบทวนด้านการเลี้ยงดูทดแทนในประเทศไทย: นโยบายสู่การปฏิบัติโดยมุ่งเน้นเด็กที่ได้รับผลกระทบจาก เอชไอวี/เอดส์ (CABA)
National Child Protection Systems in the East Asia and Pacific Region: A review and analysis of mappings and assessments
Prevalence and number of children living in institutional care: global, regional, and country estimates
Drivers of Institutionalisation
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More than 100 child participants across East Asia convened with government officials to discuss the increased instances of child violence experienced during COVID-19 at World Vision’s Asia Pacific Child Well-Being Learning Exchange forum on 18 November 2020.
This report will look at One Sky Foundation’s experience over six years to establish holistic child and family support services as a viable alternative to the long-established reliance on private children’s homes in the rural border district of Sangkhlaburi, Thailand.
The Child Protection section, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) is seeking an individual consultant to provide technical support to Country Offices in the East Asia and the Pacific Region and the Regional Office on child protection in emergencies and disability inclusion in emergency programming.
"Child representatives and care leavers from South East Asia have called for increased support for continuing education, psychosocial care, finding jobs and affordable housing in the wake of COVID-19," according to this news article from SOS Children's Villages.
This study examined deinstitutionalisation in Thailand. Qualitative interviews were conducted with a total of 27 child welfare practitioners and policy actors to explore their perceptions of Thai alternative care provision.
In this webinar, partners representing the Down to Zero Alliance, governments, and the travel & tourism sector in the region will take stock of the key challenges, including implications of the pandemic, versus progress made up to date in respect to child protection; to commit, through a joint statement calling for the travel and tourism recovery phase to keep child protection as a primary consideration.
The Child Protection Section, UNICEF Thailand Country Office (TCO) is seeking an individual consultant to develop the National Action Plan and Roadmap on Alternative Care.
This animated video from Alternative Care Thailand tells the story of a boy in Thailand who is sent to live in an orphanage because his mother feels she is unable to care for him at home, his experiences with volunteers once he arrives at the orphanage, and how the orphanage transitioned to supporting children to live in families.
This study aimed to examine characteristic and outcome of mothers and babies focusing on the teen-mothers and their existing risk-behaviors, also to evaluate factors associated with subsequent foster care placements of their infants.
This brief from UNICEF describes the Child Support Grant (CSG), a non-contributory, non-conditional targeted cash transfer to caregivers of children between ages 0-6 in Thailand.