This page contains documents and other resources related to children's care in Asia. Browse resources by region, country, or category.

Displaying 701 - 710 of 1805

List of Organisations

Xiaoyun Chai, Xiaoyan Li, Zhi Ye, Yuxuan Li, Danhua Lin - Child: Care, Health and Development,

Grounded in the framework of positive youth development (PYD), this study was designed to examine how ecological assets (i.e., neighborhood social cohesion and trusting relationships with caregivers) and individual strength (i.e., resilience) predict subjective well‐being among left‐behind children.

Kayleigh M Maul, Rubaba Naeem, Uzma Rahim Khan, Asad I Mian, Aisha K Yousafzai, Nick Brown - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This study aimed to: (1) Explore the challenges that healthcare professionals (HCP) face when managing cases of abuse; (2) Explore cultural beliefs and understand how these shape practice and (3) Identify training needs.

Emma Batha - Thomson Reuters Foundation,

"Orphanages have become a lucrative business in developing countries, leading to the trafficking of children to fill them," says this article from Thomson Reuters Foundation.

John Mark Vergara, Ladee Abigail Angeles, Ashley Angel Pagkalinawan, Maurice Villafranca - JPAIR Multidisciplinary Research,

This phenomenological study focused on the experiences, aspirations, and fears of orphaned children living in and outside the orphanage in the Philippines.


UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist in Tajikistan.

Friends International,

This blog post from Friends International highlights the work and progress made by its ChildSafe campaigns, which aim to "end the plight of the thousands of children who have been unnecessarily placed into residential care in orphanages."

UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia,

The UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia is seeking a qualified consultant to develop a relevant region-specific training package intended for all Country Office child protection staff.

Thomson Reuters Foundation,

In this video, Kate van Doore, International Child Rights Lawyer of Griffith University Law School, discusses her experience with opening up an orphanage in Nepal, and another in Uganda, and then discovering that the children in these homes had living parents and families and that the orphanages had been made into money-making enterprises. 


UNICEF is looking for an international individual consultant to lead a multidisciplinary team, composed of an international team leader and a national team member to undertake a qualitative study on the situation of children affected by internal migration in Viet Nam.

Family for Every Child,

Family for Every Child is looking for an experienced researcher to produce a report on the context for children in Sri Lanka, including recommendations for strong CSOs working on care for children.