Children in Egypt: a Statistical Digest 2015
To ensure its continued relevance, Children in Egypt, the Statistical Digest is updated every year, to reflect the release of new statistics from various sources. The 2015 edition reflects among others data from the 2014 Egypt Demographic and Health Survey, education statistics for the 2014-2015 school year, updated demographic data, and a comprehensive update of statistics on children from international data sources.
Violent child discipline
Together, we protect children from violence
In today's world, families are confronted with different forms of violence that can harm children's physical, intellectual and moral development. Islam and Christianity stress the importance of protecting children from all forms of violence. The Muslim and Christian faiths place particular importance on the role of the family in raising children and protecting them from harm and violence. In this context, Al-Azhar University and the Coptic Church of Egypt have joined together with UNICEF to develop three publications to reflect the position of the two great religions on multiple aspects of violence against children.
A family from Upper Egypt on Positive Parenting
Parenting initiative for Egyptian, Migrant and Refugee Communities
This parenting programme has been developed as a companion to the guide written by UNICEF Egypt Child Protection Team, to help frontline workers in supporting refugee parents – Positively supporting refugee parents.
Click here to access the Study Report and Recommendations
Click here to access the Session’s Plans
Click here to access the Resource for Workers
End Violence Against Children