Author: Global Protection Cluster
The objective of the Needs Identification and Analysis Framework for Child Protection Response Planning during COVID-19 is to identify general and child protection specific context-based overarching indicators that would allow the adjustment of the child protection response to the changes caused by COVID-19 pandemic and consequent measures. It provides a set of tools to add to existing response planning, not substitute it: priority areas, population groups in need and priority issues already identified in the existing planning should be complemented, not discounted.
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