Child Protection in Outbreaks: Mini-Guides
In 2021, READY supported the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action with the creation of four mini-guides for child protection during outbreaks.
Mini Guide #1 – Child Protection in Outbreaks: Adapting Child Protection Programming in Infectious Disease Outbreaks
Mini Guide #2– Child Protection in Outbreaks: Advocating for the Centrality of Children and their Protection in Infectious Disease Outbreaks
Mini Guide #3 | Child Protection in Outbreaks: Collaborating With The Health Sector In Infectious Disease Outbreaks
Mini Guide #4 | Child Protection in Outbreaks: Communicating With Children in Infectious Disease Outbreaks
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