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This webinar was hosted by the Evidence for Impact Working Group of the Transforming Children’s Care Collaborative on March 30, 2023, and examined the Early Institutionalization Intervention Impact Project in Brazil.
This webinar hosted by the Evidence for Impact Working Group of the Transforming Children’s Care Collaborative will examine the Early Institutionalization Intervention Impact Project in Brazil.
The Nunavut government placed eight children under child services care in three unlicensed group homes in Airdrie, Alta., over the last year.
The number of those living in unregulated care rose by 45% from 2018-22, according to the UK's Department for Education figures, while there was a fall, from 59% in 2018 to 56% in 2022, in children and young people accommodated within their council boundary, a proportion which falls to a third for those in children’s homes.
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, with support from USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, is offering a learning opportunity on the Primary Prevention Framework. The course aims to prepare child protection focal points who intend to introduce and disseminate the Primary Prevention Framework in their organization and context.
Ce document fournit des conseils sur la manière d’appliquer les normes internationales en travaillant avec les enfants et leurs familles touchés par cette crise.
Con este documento se pretende ofrecer un marco sobre cómo implementar las normas internacionales al trabajar con niños/as y sus
familias que se han visto afectados por esta crisis.
This International Social Service document provides guidance on how to apply international standards when working with children and their families impacted by the crisis in Ukraine.
This UNICEF ESARO webinar examines the impacts of climate change on children's care and explains how care reform strategies and programmes need to adapt to address these new realities. The webinar explored how climate change affects communities in Eastern and Southern Africa.
The report focuses on the 5 key strategic priorities: critical and social infrastructure, energy infrastructure, housing, private sectors development and humanitarian demining.