Child Frontiers in Papua New Guinea

2016 : [ Save the Children Australia ] : Child Protection Systems Mapping in Papua New Guinea

Save the Children identified child protection as a priority advocacy area in the Pacific for the 2016-2018 strategy period. Child Frontiers conducted a mapping of the child protection systems in Papua New Guinea to support this effort, which provided an overview of the existing formal and informal components of the child protection system, an in-depth study of the functioning of the child protection system in select locations, an analysis of the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of the child protection systems that were studied, as well as recommendations to inform Save the Children child protection programming and advocacy efforts. The Final Report of the Assessment of the Child Protection Systems in PNG can be accessed HERE.

2013 : [ UNICEF EAPRO and World Vision ] : Regional Review and Analysis of Child Protection Systems in the EAP Region

UNICEF, in partnership with ECPAT International, ILO, Plan International, Save the Children and World Vision, is working to strengthen child protection systems across the EAP region through law, policy and program efforts at national and local levels. Child Frontiers, supporting an Inter-Agency Steering Committee to build on the growing body of research by these partners, conducted a desk review and analysis of formal and informal, national and sub-national, CP systems in the region, with a focus on analysing information from existing child protection system mapping reports. The review and analysis of the mappings and assessments can be viewed HERE.

2009 : [ UNICEF EAPRO ] : Child Protection in Emergencies (Preparedness & Response)

In partnership with the UNICEF's Asia Pacific Shared Services Centre (Emergency Unit), Child Frontiers provided a program of tailored technical capacity building and support to 12 countries in the region. Acting within the framework of the UN Humanitarian Reform Process, the Core Commitment for Children, and Cluster Approach, Child Frontiers supported UNICEF staff and their national counterparts in emergency preparedness and response to natural disasters and civil conflict. Ultimately, this program was designed to enable UNICEF officers to fulfil their child protection responsibilities under the cluster approach. The countries included under the program were: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka and Timor-Leste.

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