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Better Parenting Facilitator Manual

Catholic Relief Services CRS; 4Children, (2018)


Better Parenting Nigeria is a parenting education program whose goal is to see that families have the knowledge and skills needed to raise healthy, safe and resilient children. The program aims to ensure that: The caregiver-child relationship is strengthened; Caregiver capacity to understand family needs and access resources and services is increased; and Caregiver capacity to protect children from all forms of harm and exploitation is improved. This Facilitator’s Manual is for the facilitator to use to support the community discussions, provide targeted messaging, and recommend suggestions for knowledge and experience sharing. It should be used hand-in-hand with the Community Discussion Guide.
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Child Protection Case Management Operations Manual

Catholic Relief Services CRS; 4Children, (2018)


Case management is an approach at the core of social work. Case management is the process required for improving the quality of life for vulnerable children in need of care and protection. This manual is intended to support social workers in their case management role and reduce overall workload by ensuring case management processes are conducted efficiently with best outcomes for children.
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Better Parenting Curriculum Nigeria: Community Discussion Guide

Catholic Relief Services CRS; 4Children; InHealth, et al., (2018)


ts goals are to ensure that: Children and parents experience fewer conflicts; Parents make better decisions about the care of their children and are better able to solve problems; and Children feel more supported by their families to further their education and make good decisions and healthy life choices. This discussion guide is intended to facilitate discussion and peer learning, during which participants can learn from each other’s experiences and support each other. It is designed for group session discussions, as well as for one-on-one guidance in the home. It should be used with the "Better Parenting Nigeria" Facilitator’s Manual
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Cartographie des enfants en mouvement en Afrique

Comité Africain d’Experts sur les Droits et le Bien-être de l’Enfant CAEDBE, Eds.: GIZ; Save the Children; EU, (2018)



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Mapping Children on the Move

African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Children ACERWC , Eds.: GIZ; Save the Children; EU, (2018)


In reviewing State Parties report on the implementation of the Charter, the Committee has identified children on the move as an emerging child protection issue in African, and therefore commissioned a study in view of making recommendations to tackle the problem in Member States. The Committee observed that there were challenges with regard to upholding the rights and welfare of children on the move and that there are gaps on the type of protection measures and treatment that is be accorded to such children within our beloved Continent. The study presents key drivers of the children on the move, migration routes, challenges faced by children on the move, policy and institutionalized content protecting children on the move and finally the way forward.
https://acerwc.africa/2019/03/17/mapping-children-...


Charte Africaine sur les Droits et le bien-etre de l'Enfant

Comité Africain d’Experts sur les Droits et le Bien-être de l’Enfant CAEDBE, (1990)


Adoptée par la Vingt-Sixième Conférence de Chefs d’Etat et de Gouvernement de l’OUA,Addis Abéba (Ethiopie) - Juillet 1990
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African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child

African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Children ACERWC, (1990)


Adopted by the Twenty-sixth Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the OAU, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - July 1990
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ENDING CHILD MARRIAGE IN INDIA

UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF, (2007)


India has the largest number of child brides in the world — one third of the global total.1 Yet, recent data indicates that in the last decade there has been a significant decline in the prevalence of child marriage from 47 per cent to 27 per cent of the proportion of women aged 20-24 years who were married before age 18 from 2005/2006 to 2015/2016.2 Child marriage among young men and boys has also seen a positive change. National and state averages, however, mask realities at the district level, and despite the overall decline, a few districts continue to have very high rates of child marriage. (Child marriage rates among women in a few districts of Rajasthan and Bihar, continue to be in the range of 47 per cent to 51 per cent).
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Protection des enfants: Manuel de formation psychosociale (Boite a outils)

Terre des hommes , Eds.: TDH, (2008)


Le Manuel de formation psychosociale pour la Protection des enfants de Terre des hommes répond aux besoins des programmes de protection de l’enfance menés par Terre des hommes et peut être utilisé en parallèle à la publication précédente de Terre des hommes: Protection des enfants: manuel d’intervention en cas de crise humanitaire. Ce manuel de formation a été conçu pour le terrain afin de former le personnel qui travaille directement ou indirectement avec les enfants. Les modules de ce manuel ont été regroupés selon les catégories suivantes: • Niveau 1: Animer une formation / un atelier • Niveau 2: Concepts de base pour une intervention • Niveau 3: Compétences des animateurs Chaque module contient les rubriques suivantes: • Qu’est-ce que c’est? • A quoi ça sert? • Comment l’utiliser?
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Safe & sound: What states can do to ensure respect for the best interests of unaccompanied and separated children in Europe

UNHCR/IOM, Eds.: UNICEF, (2014)


Unaccompanied and separated children leave their countries of origin for a variety of reasons. They may be fleeing from persecution, armed conflict, exploitation or poverty. They may have been sent by members of their family or decided to leave on their own – be it to ensure their survival, or to obtain an education or employment. They may have been separated from their family during flight or may be trying to join parents or other family members. Or they may have become victims of trafficking. Often it is a combination of factors.
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