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The new Outreach SOPs place children at the centre of our work where they emphasize that positive relationships, built on a deep understanding of each child’s situation, are key to helping a child move off the streets and into a brighter future.
Within the Ugandan context, this position paper identifies 4 key areas for investment in child health and development and aims to open dialogue and promote critical thinking among the country’s policymakers, non-government agencies, and civil society actors.
CPC Learning Network has partnered with the National Institute of Statistics in Cambodia to develop a set of methods and tools for establishing a nationally representative estimate of the number, distribution and basic characteristics of children outside of households.
Determining Acceptable Customary Caregiving Arrangements with Congolese Refugees in Rwanda: Findings from Rapid Studies in Two Camps and A Toolkit for Moving Forward
This report presents both the process and the findings from a recent attempt to better understand customary caregiving arrangements for refugee children living in two camp-based populations in Rwanda.
H.E. Hang Lina, Director of the National Institute of Statistics in Cambodia, presented the opening talk at a training in Cambodia on educating and mobilizing researchers on “Children Outside of Family Care”. The speech was delivered on June 17, 2015.
Family Structure and Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes Among Adolescents in Rural Sierra Leone
This article examines the impact of care structures on adolescent sexual behaviors and the protective effects of family-level factors on early sex and pregnancy in rural Sierra Leone.
This inter-agency, desk-based research aims to arrive at a clearer understanding of reintegration practices for separated children in low and lower-middle income countries.
This technical note by Retrak outlines the importance of counting street children, describes challenges in enumeration, and provides methodological guidance in data collection and analysis.
Understanding Vulnerability: A Study of Situations that Affect Family Separation and the Lives of Children In and Out of Family Care – Research in DKI Jakarta, Central Java and South Sulawesi
PUSKAPA conducted this assessment to understand situations that lead children in Indonesia to be outside of family care and to assess the living situations of these children as well as those facing vulnerabilities within family care.
Guidelines for Implementing a National Strategy to Determine the Magnitude and Distribution of Children Outside of Family Care
These guidelines were prepared to help national actors enumerate children outside of family care and monitor trends in this population over time.