Support UNICEF in Côte d’Ivoire

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PROTECTION

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Current priorities            

In the new development context, UNICEF Côte d’Ivoire’s main strategies in terms of child protection will be based on:

  • Strengthening partnerships with government
  • Strengthening institutional capacities (specific support will be given to the rehabilitation of civil registry centres in ex-rebel areas and to civil registry staff training)
  • Progressive national scaling-up of programme (through support to the implementation of the National Plan for Children) 

At the programmatic level, UNICEF intends to support the birth registration system through technical and material assistance to the Ministry of Interior (civil registry centres) and the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene (health centres). The birth registration rate will be improved through a national registration campaign. The fight against gender based violence (especially sexual violence, FGM and child marriage) will be based on the strengthening of knowledge and community and school self-protection mechanisms. Victims of sexual violence will receive medical, legal and psychosocial assistance. Technical and material support will be provided to the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Social Affairs for the implementation of the Fight Against Trafficking and the Child Labor National Plan, that has recently been approved by the National Assembly. In the framework of juvenile justice, UNICEF will assist the government in improving legislation and in creating alternatives to the formal justice system.

How you can help us

  • $1 provides 8 demobilized children with a pencil and exercise book
  • $4 allow 1 child to obtain its birth certificate
  • $8 provide 10 demobilized children with a sketch pad and set of eight colouring crayons each
  • $20 provide a Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) kit to a woman/girl victim of rape
  • $100 provide 1 demobilized adolescent formerly associated with armed groups with a vocational training programme and reintegration kit with practical tools for his family, social and professional reintegration

Concept Papers for Protection

Fact Sheets on Protection Issues

 

 
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