Uganda spells out child wellbeing agenda

Sunday, November 01, 2015: An article from East African Business Week KAMPALA, UGANDA – Uganda together with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have launched a five year National Action Plan for the Child well-being in Uganda.  “A child  needs  protection,  health,  education  and sustenance. We need to…

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REPSSI PSS Forum 2013 webcast sessions

To view the full REPSSI PSS Forum schedule follow this link. Webcast session for Day One: Track 1: Child Protection Programs 29th October Alvin Winford: Strengthening PSS through child participation: A case study of child rights club in Liberia (2002-2012) Benedict Seekey: PSS, Child Protection & Development for Ivorian refugee…

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ICASA 2013 conference blog

The Community Child protection Exchange goes to ICASA. This year the Exchange will be attending Africa’s largest conference on sexually transmitted infections and HIV and AIDS, ICASA 2013. ICASA 2013 will take place from the 7-11 December in Cape Town, South Africa and up to 10, 000 delegates are expected….

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REPSSI Psychosocial Support Forum Blog

Watch the REPSSI Psychosocial Support Forum 29-31 October live from your computer! My blog from day one is also at the end of this programming information! On 29-31 October REPSSI, in collaboration with the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN), will be hosting…

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Community child protection in refugee settings

Community Child Protection Mechanisms in Protracted Refugee Settings A webinar by the Child Protection in Crisis (CPC) Learning Network and the Community Child Protection Exchange was held on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at  9:00am EDT (New York), 2:00pm GMT (London), 4:00pm Uganda. The webinar has been recorded and the link…

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5 short case studies

5 short case studies of community child protection mechanisms in action 1. India: Communities addressing child labour and trafficking Context: In West Bengal, home to nearly 7% of India’s millions of child labourers, Save the Children helped to set up village-level child protection committees. Typically, the committees had 13–20 members,…

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