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Geeta Pandey - BBC News,

Two infants born to separate families within minutes of each other in Assam, India were "switched at birth" and handed over to the wrong parents at the hospital where they were both delivered almost 3 years ago, according to this article from the BBC.

Deep Savarni - Rise Learning Network,

In this webinar, hosted by Rise Learning Network, Deep Savarni, Founder & Director of Praajak Development Society shares his experience in establishing the Child Protection Committees as a means to realize effective participation of children in monitoring care services in government-run child care institutions in India.

UNICEF,

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist in New Delhi, India.

UNICEF,

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist is New Delhi. 

UNICEF,

UNICEF is seeking a Knowledge Management Consultant for Child Protection, Child Marriage and Disability in Nepal.

UNICEF,

UNICEF is seeking a Knowledge Management Consultant for Child Protection, Child Marriage and Disability.

Kerry Allen - BBC News,

A photograph of a young boy in China with frozen hair has captured the attention of the public and has "sparked renewed discussion online about child poverty," according to this article from the BBC. 

Alisha Ebrahimji - WFAA,

"India has suspended an American adoption agency for what the government says was 'negligent' behavior in the assessment of adoptive parents," according to this article and accompanying video from WFAA.

Express News Service - The New Indian Express,

The Supreme Court of India has issued notices to all states and Union Territories in light of recent concerns regarding child trafficking in orphanages, according to this article from the New Indian Express. 

Patrick John O’Leary, Amy Young, Donna McAuliffe, Yanuar Wismayanti - International Social Work,

This article outlines exploratory research in establishing a role for social work in child protection in Indonesia.