Child Protection in Emergencies

A Toolkit for Practitioners in the Pacific Island Countries

A mother holding her baby.
UNICEF/2015/Dan McGarry

Highlights

The toolkit focuses on various child protection priorities in emergencies, taking into account the three stages of humanitarian action: preparedness, response, and recovery. It is based on, and guided by, the knowledge introduced in the newly published Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Standards (2014). 

Cover page of Child protection in emergencies report.
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UNICEF
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English

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