Interoperability between Primero and OSCaR goes live

15 February 2021
UNICEF Cambodia/2020/Daravatey Seng
UNICEF Cambodia/2020/Daravatey Seng

Interoperability and connection between Primero and OSCaR is now live, strengthening Cambodia's child protection case management system. Primero launched by Ministry of Social Affairs, Veteran and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY) as a digital child protection case management system, supported by UNICEF is now interoperable with OSCaR that is a case management platform of NGOs and CSOs, particularly the Family Care First-React network led by Save the Children. 

Through an innovative interoperability platform called the Open Function integration platform (OpenFn), MoSVY social workers can now send and receive referrals of cases of vulnerable children in an efficient and highly secure manner, and vice versa. Primero-to-OSCaR interoperability facilitates a systemic coordination across partners with confidential referrals leading to better quality and more timely services, enabling robust nationwide reporting of cases and reducing duplications of effort.  This means that authorised professionals will be able to access confidential information on all vulnerable children, ensuring that they do not fall through the cracks.  

MoSVY requests those using the system continue to adhere to best practices of child protection case management and data protection standards. For further information, ​please contact Child Welfare Department of MoSVY.


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UNICEF Cambodia
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Bunly Meas
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UNICEF Cambodia
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