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‘ELIMU KWANZA!’ - A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR THE CHILDREN OF DRC SAFE EDUCATION FOR INTERNALLY DISPLACED CHILDREN IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

War Child Holland, Eds.: War Child Holland, (2014)


Prioritise education in conflict-affected areas: Across the world 28 million1 primary school-age children living in conflict-affected countries are out-of-school, and they form half of the world’s total out-of-school population. During conflict, infrastructure assets such as schools are damaged or completely destroyed during fighting. Children may choose to stay away from school due to their and their family’s safety fears in the midst of conflict, or the need to supplement their family’s income amidst conflict-related financial loss. Children who are internally displaced by conflict face a particularly challenging task accessing education due to the specific conditions created by their displacement, such as loss of livelihoods making school fees hard to find, and discrimination from host communities. Children caught in conflict are being deprived of their right to education2 and denied the opportunity to benefit from the protective and life-sustaining mechanisms of education.
https://www.warchildholland.org/sites/default/file...


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).
www.unicef.in/Uploads/Publications/Resources/pub_d...


Caring for Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Guidelines for health and psychosocial service providers in humanitarian settings (First Edition)

Erikson, Abigail, Eds.: IRC, International Rescue Committee, (2012)


The International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have newly developed "Caring for Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse Guidelines" for health and psychosocial providers in humanitarian settings - “CCS Guidelines”. The CCS Guidelines are based on global research and evidence-based field practice, and bring a much-needed fresh and practical approach to helping child survivors, and their families, recover and heal from the oftentimes devastating impacts of sexual abuse. The guidelines walk the reader through the core knowledge, attitude and skill competencies required for service providers to effectively care for children and families affected by sexual abuse. In addition, the guidelines outline how to provide case management and basic psychosocial care for child survivors, as well as best practices for coordinating care.
https://www.unicef.org/pacificislands/IRC_CCSGuide...


SILENT HARM: A report assessing the situation of repatriated children’s psycho-social health

UNICEF Kosovo in cooperation with Kosovo Health Foundation , Eds.: UNICEF, (2012)


The principle of “the best interest of the child” should guide decisions by politicians whenever children are affected. This is one of the basic ideas in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Decision makers should assess the consequences for children before taking action. Today, this principle is not fully respected in European countries in relation to migrant children.
https://www.unicef.org/kosovoprogramme/SILENT_HARM...


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?
https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/sites/...


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.
https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/library...


2018/19 Child Protection Budget Brief

UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF, (2012)


Investing in Child Protection Building Inclusive, Productive and Resilient Communities in Malawi
www.ndr.mw:8080/xmlui/bitstream/handle/123456789/8...


Child protection psychosocial training manual

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


The Terre des hommes Child Protection Psychosocial Training Manual has been developed for use in the field in order to train animators who work with children and other child protection programme staff. It has been written in response to the needs which exist in Terre des hommes child protection programmes, and should be used as a practical tool alongside the Child Protection: Manual for Intervention in Humanitarian Crisis, previously produced by Terre des hommes. The modules in this manual have been grouped according to the following categories: • Level 1: Facilitating a training • Level 2: Basic concepts for intervention • Level 3: Animator’s competencies Each module is laid out under the following headings: • What is it? • Why is it useful? • How can I use it?
https://childhub.org/en/child-protection-tools-tra...


SCARED: Parent Version

Birmaher, B., Khetarpal, S., Cully, M., Brent, D. & McKenzie, S., Eds.: Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, (2000)



https://depts.washington.edu/hcsats/PDF/TF-%20CBT/...


Was wir für kinder in not erreicht haben – Jahresbericht 2017

Terre des Hommes, (2018)


Erstmals in der Geschichte von Terre des hommes unterstützten unsere Teams 2017 über eine Million Schutzbedürftige in humanitären Krisen. Das entspricht einem Drittel der 3,1 Millionen Personen, denen wir im selben Zeitraum geholfen haben. Unsere Mitarbeitenden kamen Kindern dort zu Hilfe, wo sie diese am dringendsten benötigten und konzentrierten unsere Entwicklungshilfe auf den Schutz von Kindern, die migrieren, ausgebeutet werden oder in Konflikt mit dem Gesetz sind, sowie auf die Gesundheit von Mutter und Kind.
https://www.tdh.ch/sites/default/files/180817_tdh_...


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