Author: The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, READY, Plan International
The Child Protection in Outbreaks: Adapting child protection programming in infectious disease outbreaks (Mini-Guide 1) is designed primarily for child protection practitioners and the social service workforce in settings impacted by infectious disease outbreaks. It provides an overview of why and how to adapt national and community-level child protection interventions during outbreaks.
The focus is on:
- Case Management
- Hotlines & Helplines
- Group Activities
- Child Participation
Because outbreaks can create opportunities to strengthen systems, this Mini-Guide also offers suggestions on how child protection adaptations can lead to better outcomes for children and their caregivers in the long-term.
View and download the Child Protection in Outbreaks: Adapting child protection programming in infectious disease outbreaks (Mini-Guide 1) on the Alliance website:
- English: Mini Guide 1 | Child Protection in Outbreaks: Adapting Child Protection Programming in Infectious Disease Outbreaks
- Español: Miniguía #1 | Protección infantil en brotes de enfermedades: Cómo adaptar los programas de protección infantil en brotes de enfermedades infecciosas
- Français: Mini-guide #1 | Protection de l’enfance pendant les épidémies : Adapter les programmes de protection de l’enfance pendant épidémie de maladie infectieuse
دليل صغير # 1 | حماية الطفل في حالات تفشي المرض: تكييف برامج حماية الطفل في حالات تفشي الأمراض المعدية
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