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The National Guidelines for Village Child Development Committees - Promoting Children's Rights Together, was a publication by the Department of Probation and Child Care Services (DPCCS), Ministry of Women and Child Affairs (MWCF), Save the Children International, UNICEF, World Vision, and Plan International.
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.
Estimating the Incidence of Physical and Sexual Violence against Children and Women in Trincomalee District, Sri Lanka
This report presents the findings of a population-based survey undertaken in 2008 to explore the magnitude and nature of physical and sexual violence against women and children in Trincomalee District in eastern Sri Lanka.
Assessing Impact of Post-Disaster Livelihood Programs on Children: A Two-Country Report from Indonesia and Sri Lanka
This report describes two studies undertaken simultaneously in Indonesia and Sri Lanka to assess the relationship between child wellness and livelihoods programs implemented by Save the Children in the tsunami-affected regions.
This is the three-year strategic plan for the Child Protection in Crisis Learning Network in Sri Lanka. Their priority areas are institutionalizing child protection training and establishing a center for child protection.