High Level Policy Dialogue on Child Protection Financing in Zimbabwe
A summary of the second High-Level Policy Dialogue of the Child Budgeting Series – focusing on Child Protection Financing in Zimbabwe
Initiated by the UNICEF and the Zimbabwe Economics Society, the Child Budgeting Series serves as a knowledge exchange platform to discuss how macro and microeconomic policies and investments impact children and to influence policy development in the social sectors. The series features several policy issues across child protection; education; health; water, hygiene, and sanitation; climate change adaptation and mitigation; social protection; and other issues of importance to children in Zimbabwe.
The Report on the High-Level Policy Dialogue on Child Protection Financing in Zimbabwe provides a summary of the second High-Level Policy Dialogue of the Child Budgeting Series – focusing on Child Protection Financing in Zimbabwe, jointly convened by the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare (MOPSLSW), UNICEF and the Zimbabwe Economics Society. Held on Wednesday 6 July 2022, the objective of High-Level Policy Dialogue Child Protection Financing in Zimbabwe was to exchange knowledge and generate recommendations towards shaping and improving national and subnational policy interventions and investments in the Child Protection sector including the National Budget process.
The policy dialogue was conducted through a live panel discussion and hybrid participation of in-person and virtual delegates. Participants were drawn from Government, Development Partners, Civil Society, General Citizenry and UN Agencies.