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Committing to Child Survival A promise Renewed

The analysis presented in this report provides a strong case for proceeding with optimism. The necessary interventions and know-how are available to drastically reduce child deaths in the next two decades. The time has come to recommit to child survival and renew the promise.|Download PDF|


Caring for Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse

The CCS guidelines are based on global research and evidenced-based field practice, and bring a much-needed fresh and practical approach to helping child survivors, and their families, recover and heal from the oftentimes devastating impacts of sexual abuse. |Download PDF|


Lifting the financial burden of child abuse

While the cost of child abuse is often measured in terms of the psychological costs to the individual, or the
social costs to society, it is also possible to make a financial measure of the costs of child abuse. In Vanuatu,
this has been estimated as an annual cost of up to US$4.25 million (Vt425.4 million). |Download Summary| |Download Main Report|


Separated Children Report

Most Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) & governments tend to focus on specific groups of vulnerable children such as street children or child laborers, rather than addressing the issue more broadly. To address this knowledge gap, UNICEF Pacific commissioned a brief mapping exercise to gather knowledge about the issue, addressing Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, & Kiribati. Download |PDF|


Regional Summary

The Regional Summary provides an analysis of the situation of child protection in the 4 countries and looks at where each country stands in comparison.
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Fiji

“Protect me with Love and Care” the Fiji Child Protection Baseline report highlights the current situation of child protection laws, systems and community issues in Fiji

|Factsheet|, and |Fiji Report Part 1 and Part 2|


Kiribati

“Protect me with Love and Care” the Kiribati Child Protection Baseline report highlights the current situation of child protection laws, systems and community issues in Kiribati.

|Factsheet| , and |Kiribati Report|


Solomon Islands

“Protect me with Love and Care” the Solomon Islands Child Protection Baseline report highlights the current situation of child protection laws, systems and community issues in Solomon Islands

|Factsheet| , |Solomon Islands Report: Part 1 and Part 2|


Vanuatu

 “Protect me with Love and Care” the Vanuatu Child Protection Baseline report highlights the current situation of child protection laws, systems and community issues in Vanuatu

|Factsheet| , |UNICEF Vanuatu Report: Part 1 and Part 2|


Kiribati Birth Registration Brochure(ENGLISH)

The brochure provides steps on how to register a child in Kiribati. It is aimed at parents and caregivers especially those who have not registered their child/children. It also highlights the importance of birth registration as a child’s right (Article 7 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child).


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Creating a Protective Enviroment for Children Poster

The document, finalized in 2008, is a result of consultations with counterparts and based on previous programming experience in addressing child protection issues - in the Pacific region and globally. The strategy articulates the agreed Programmatic approach for child protection programming in the Pacific.


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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Child Sexual Abuse in the Pacific

This report highlights the complex and inter-related factors that increase the vulnerability of children to sexual abuse or sexual exploitation, or both, in the Pacific region. The report is a synthesis of the
findings of five country studies – Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu –
conducted between October 2004 and June 2005.


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