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This document - written in English and Burmese - presents guidance on how to ensure continuity of child protection case management service provision during the COVID-19 crisis in Myanmar.
This guidance - written in English and Burmese - has been designed to ensure the care of children affected by COVID-19 in Myanmar due to either the child or caregiver requiring medical care in the home, community or health facility.
This first How We Care series presents the work of three Family for Every Child Members to help combat child sexual abuse in their regions.
UNICEF is seeking a consultant to design relevant communication materials and training programmes on mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for children, parents, teachers, staff of the National Helpline, social workers and child protection officers in responding to Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam.
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 book is written for children (in Khmer) to help them understand the Coronavirus.
This Guideline aims to further provide technical guidance to child protection workers in Cambodia to better respond to the child protection risks during a COVID-19 pandemic through case management, including psychosocial support.
This article explores the perspectives of Cambodian boys who have experienced human trafficking and sexual exploitation on their experiences transitioning out of shelters and re‐entering the community.
This paper aims to provide a better understanding of the impact of parental migration on the welfare of left-behind children in the Philippines so that policies can be devised to support them.
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.