Archive: Child Protection

Call for Papers: What Works for Africa’s Poorest Children? International Conference (September 10-12, 2018, Kampala, Uganda)

March 7, 2018

UNICEF Uganda and partners are hosting a conference with the goals of contributing to global efforts to end child poverty by generating key insights on practical actions, programs, and social policy interventions that have made a significant difference in Africa’s poorest children. Paper submissions should be focused on the following themes: 1. Child poverty and… View Article

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Singing to the Lions

January 10, 2017

Singing to the Lions is a new workshop tool by Dr. Jonathan Brakarsh of Zimbabwe and Catholic Relief Services that helps children and youth develop skills to resolve the impact of violence and abuse in their lives and to heal.  It has been successfully implemented in several countries with promising results, and it is also a lot of… View Article

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Creating Intentional Linkages between HIV and Child Protection

April 6, 2016

On March 3, 2016, hosted a webinar on Creating Intentional Linkages between HIV and Child Protection. The webinar featured Zvandiri, a program in Zimbabwe, which presented on their experience of incorporating children and youth, especially those living with HIV, in the development of programming and policy interventions.

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