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Examining Promising Practice for Young Survivors: An Integrated Review of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Programming in Liberia
The CPC Network Program Learning Group (PLG) in Liberia conducted an integrated review of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) programs in Liberia to examine the methods and outcomes of current SGBV prevention and response interventions, and to identify promising practices that can inform the development of future program and policy initiatives.
This research utilized community mapping to explore local perceptions and experiences of child protection. Data were collected in five sites each in Montserrado and Nimba counties in Liberia.
This paper documents the significant threats to children’s well-being directly linked to the political conflict in Darfur, Sudan.
Care and Protection of Children in Crisis Affected Countries: A Good Practice-Policy Change Initiative
This is the final report for the 2006 CPC Review Workshop, which includes strategies for establishing the fieldwork partnerships required for advancing the CPC and strategies for maximizing practice and policy influence of the work.
Children and the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami: an Evaluation of UNICEF’s Response in Thailand (2005-2008)
This report reflects on the effectiveness of UNICEF‘s immediate response to the tsunami in Thailand and the process of transitioning toward mainstreamed programming work within three core areas: child protection, education and capacity building.
Recent years have seen growing efforts to collect data on violence against children (VAC) but there are, as yet, no internationally recommended or agreed ethical guidelines for such research. This literature review aims to contribute to the development of such ethical guidelines.
This report details key elements of and findings from the Mobile Assessment Technology methodology including ethnographic mapping to determine sub-types of children living there, and collecting data about children’s experiences of migration from home to East Jakarta through individual interviews.
This research on the state of Burundian adolescents and the role of violence in their lives, undertaken in late 2012, found a profusion of young Burundians threatened by deprivation and domestic and sexual violence.
This research took a bottom-up approach in examining existing Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) in Arua and Nebbi districts in Uganda.
A Study on Parental Disciplinary Practices and an Awareness Program to Reduce Corporal Punishment and Other Forms of Negative Parental Practices
This study aimed to provide information on the prevalence of parental use of corporal punishment and physical abuse on their children in Colombo district, Sri Lanka.