Child protection in emergencies is about preventing and responding to violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect of children during time of emergency caused by natural and man-made disasters, conflict or other crises.
Emergency situations can carry on long after the initial crisis has passed. They require effective and sustainable solutions to provide both short and long-term protection to children living in the wake of disaster and conflict. The delivery of child protection in emergencies occurs in a wide variety of locations from the immediate locality of the crisis to internally displaced person sites and refugee facilities.
Alternative care is the care provided for children by caregivers who are not their biological parents. This care may take the form of informal or formal care.
Case management is complex in any setting; it is even more complicated in a humanitarian context where risk, injuries, and violence are amplified
A process of cooperation between multiple stakeholders to provide protection and assistance services to people affected by disaster
Understanding Child Protection is essential for all who responds to humanitarian crises
The involvement of humanitarian workers in acts of sexual exploitation and abuse is a grave violation of our responsibility to do no harm and to protect people affected by crises.
Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit
Non-discrimination is an integral part of the principle of equality
This course will teach you the tools and skills to provide effective psychological support based on best practices globally, that you can tailor to your lifestyle, family, friends and communities.
A series of resources that aim to preserve and maintain one's physical, emotional and mental health during periods of stress.