The Amharic translation of the Child Protection Minimum Standards will be finalized in November and December 2015. For more information, please contact: Rocio Daban, Child Protection Sub-Cluster Coordinator UNICEF, raznardaban (at) unicef.org
The dissemination of the contextualized Child Protection Minimum Standards will take place in Sango in November. For more information, please contact: Sten Bronee, Child Protection Sub-Cluster Coordinator, sbronee (at) unicef.org; Jacques Kachuka, jacques.kachuka (at) savethechildren.org, Child Protection Sub-Cluster coordinator co-lead; Justin Kaseke, Justin.kaseke (at) plan-
The Minister of Social Affairs for the Republic of Indonesia, Her Excellency Khofifah Indar Parawansa, launched the contextualized Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action in Jakarta on 7 October 2015. The minister highlighted that the CPMS will now be the main reference for all stakeholders in responding to humanitarian needs in Indonesia: national government ministries and agencies, sub-national governments, civil societies, academia and volunteers.
The Minister commits to facilitate and engage community members in hundreds of “Disaster Resilience Villages” to... more
Seeking to learn more about the various standards? Want to discuss implementation in your context? Looking for guidace on adapting the standards to your setting? Want to learn about CPMS-specific learning tools and other materials? Join us on 11 November for a workshop that will shed new light on how you can use the CPMS to improve your work to protection children in emergencies. Target audience: Programme Managers, Rapid Response Personnel, Regional and Global Advisors. For more information, contact CPMS Learning and Implementation Advisor, Joanna Wedge: joannawedge(at)gmail.com, cc'ing... more
For more information, please contact: Sazan.Baban(at)savethechildren.org
The CPMS Task Group is organizing a contextualization workshop to be spread over 2x 2-day workshops in October and November 2015. 11 Standards will be contextualized. For more information, please contact: Sazan.Baban(at) savethechildren.org
The national Child Protection Working Group held a workshop on how to use the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in epidemics.