Ensuring that Mongolian children grow up in a safe and protective environment.
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Violence against children remains high with 47 per cent of children aged 1-14 having experienced violent discipline. Children’s growing access to internet increases risks of exposure to cyber-bullying, emotional and sexual abuse, grooming and exploitation. There is an absence of a comprehensive child protection system that effectively prevents and responds to violence, exploitation and abuse directed at children. Harmful social norms and practices still exist.
UNICEF will support the Government and other national stakeholders in strengthening a child protection system that is inclusive and effective in preventing and responding to child protection violations, including in humanitarian contexts.
- Strengthen a child protection system that is inclusive and effective in preventing and responding to child protection violations, including in humanitarian contexts
- Roll-out of case management, information management and referral systems; and support a continuum of services across social welfare, justice, health and education
- Respond to the increasing risks of online sexual exploitation, abuse and bullying, jointly with relevant authorities and with information and communication technology companies
- Increase awareness about on online and offline violence against children, increase knowledge on child survivors of violence, existing services and reporting mechanisms, and support gender-responsive positive parenting
These resources represent just a small selection of materials related to the Child Protection Programme of UNICEF Mongolia and its partners. The list is regularly updated to include the latest information.
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