Tools and Resources
March 10, 2015
February 27, 2015
Global CPWG monitoring project:
As part of a two year project funded by OFDA set to run until the end of 2015, the global level Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) is working on a two-tiered project to strengthen child protection sub-cluster monitoring: (1) Field monitoring support in emergencies, (2) Development of a child protection situation and response monitoring toolkit and guidance for humanitarian settings.
The global Child Protection Working Group thanks UNICEF country offices, child protection coordination groups and their partners in Burkina Faso, CAR, DRC, Mali and South Sudan for their extraordinary work, support and collaboration during the first year of the project.
Monitoring country reports:
1. Burkina Faso
5. South Sudan
December 15, 2014
December 11, 2014
December 8, 2014
November 12, 2014
November 11, 2014
0. What is Inside the Roll Out Pack 1. Key Steps to Rolling Out the CPMS 2. Awareness raising on the CPMS 3. Contexualisation of the CPMS 4. Frontline Worker's Training 5. Introductory CPMS Presentation 6. Writing an Article on Your Event 7. Taking Good Pictures 8. Request for Support and Budget Template Roll out Pack
October 30, 2014
In October 2013, the Global Education Cluster and Child Protection Working Group held a joint annual meeting recognising that improved coordination and collaboration between the two sectors can significantly increase the impact of their work. One of the issues raised at the meeting was that cluster members felt there was little knowledge on the impact of economic strengthening (ES) programmes on child protection and education and how members could best engage with economic strengthening interventions, which are becoming increasingly part of humanitarian action.
The selection of 21 documents in this compendium include those that address ES in emergencies settings, either as evidence or guidance. The selection of documents is not exhaustive, but rather a collection of available material that addresses ES for education or child protection in emergencies.