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Tackling Child Labor in Fragile States: Three approaches
The research for these three short papers was conducted during the first six months of three community-based interventions – providing free meals for school children through the set up of school gardens and canteens, working directly with parents on parenting skills to reduce child labour, and supporting youth-led advocacy to confront attitudes and social norms that serve to reinforce exploitative practices.
Measuring Human Rights Violations in a Conflict-Affected Country: Results from a Nationwide Cluster Survey in Central African Republic
This report presents findings from a nation-wide survey in Central African Republic on human rights violations against adults and children affected by conflict.
Grave Violations of Children’s Rights and Mortality in the Central African Republic: Results of a Nationwide Survey
For this report, UNICEF and the CPC Learning Network executed a nationwide survey covering four of the six grave violations of the rights of children in the Central African Republic.