Supporting Children's Education During Emergencies

After disaster strikes, children's education is often put on hold due to the shortage of facilities and resources. This collection contains information and guidelines to help educators continue teaching children despite the change in their surroundings.
Current guidance comes from leading global organizations: European Commission, Global Education Cluster, Handicap International, International Network for Education in Emergencies, International Rescue Committee, Inc., Save The Children Fund, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
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Guidelines, Handbooks and Toolkits on CFS

This collectiong compiles information on Guidelines, Handbooks and Toolkits on Child-Friendly Spaces (CFSs) and initiatives.

COVID-19: Guidelines for Child Protection Case Management

This collection contains guidelines, technical documents and trainings on child protection case management during COVID-19.

Resources originate from Myanmar, Cambodia, Ghana and Lebanon.

Current guidance comes from leading local and global organizations and institutions: the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, the Better Care Network, the Cambodian Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation Directorate of Technical Affairs, Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection, the Ghana Department of Social Welfare, Save the Children, IRC, UNICEF, USAID
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Below this collection, you will find an other collection that may interest you on child protection or Mental Health and Psychosocial Support.

Child-Friendly Spaces and WASH

Proposed description: This collection provides inter-sectorial information between Child-Friendly Spaces (CFSs) and initiatives, and WASH.The purpose of these collection is to give practical guidance to the different actors that establish CFSs in different types of emergencies and contexts. The collection is also intended to guide advocacy efforts and donor practices in emergency settings where protection and well‐being ought to be high priorities. This guidelines were published by leading humanitarian agencies such as the Global Protection Cluster, Save the Children Fund, UNICEF and CARITAS. Please send suggestions for additional content for this Channel to info@humanitarianlibrary.org, or create your own Collection on the Library!

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