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The authors of this study use data from surveys in three countries to document the frequency and variability of intensive, engaged transnational parenting in the diverse global regions of Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
The state government of Kerala, India has issued an order to take over the Janaseva Sisubhavan children's home, "placing the institution and housing of its inmates under the control of the District Collector for a period of three months or till the time the children are reunited with their families or moved to a secure facility, whichever is earlier."
This document outlines the priority actions to which the Government of Lao PDR is committed to pursuing in order to tackle violence against children in the country.
The current study uses a culturally and contextually modified early adolescent version of the Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment Inventory (EA-HOME-JP) in Japanese child welfare institutions (CWIs) to provide preliminary data on relevant variables in the caregiving environment that associate with domains of perceived self-competency.
"The Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and its partners on Wednesday launched a multi-sectoral strategy action plan to end violence against children (VAC) in the Philippines," says this article from ABS-CBN News.
This report provides estimates of the prevalence of physical, emotional and sexual violence against children and information about the circumstances in which violence occurs in Lao PDR, based on findings from the national Violence against Children Survey.
The present study tries investigating and comparing the psychological health status, emotions and cognitive transformation of the children held in foster centers associated with Yazd Province’s Welfare Organization with those of the ordinary children.
UNICEF is recruiting a consultant to provide technical assistance to UNICEF and MOLISA.
UNICEF is seeking a local consultant for Child Protection Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism in the Philippines.
UNICEF has issued an RFP inviting eligible firms to submit a proposal for Development of the branding package and communication materials for the mass media, community engagement, and Interactive Communication Technologies components of the ‘Cambodia PROTECT: Communication Strategy to End Violence against Children and Unnecessary Family Separation’, and design and delivery of a training of trainers for the community engagement component.