Childhope supports children and young people who face the worst forms of injustice, violence and abuse in Africa, Asia and South America. We recognise that safeguarding the welfare of children is both an individual and organisational responsibility that extends to both our work in the UK and our overseas programmes. Through our work, we aim to ensure that all those who come into contact with children are aware of the need to protect children and know how to do this more effectively.
ChildHope is planning a series of seminars in 2016 on the theories, principles and practices that underpin child protection and work with vulnerable children.
2nd May - Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children, presnted by Julian Eaton, CBS International & London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
May - Date T.B.C. Donor Perspectives on Protection, presented by T.B.C
20th June Protection within the Policy, presented by Nienke Palstra, UNICEF
This is a practical learning tool and set of resources designed for non-government organisations, particularly in Africa, Asia and South America, who are working to protect children. It aims to outline both the key principles relevant to Child Protection, and also the stages needed to develop, implement and evaluate Child Protection policies.
“I am happy that I have learnt how to make a child protection policy. I am also proud that my organisation will soon have one.”
HANCI Child Protection Workshop: Sierra Leone
Visit ChildHope’s Learning Resources page to access the toolkit in English, Spanish, French, Arabic.
ChildHope has developed a number of training courses in relation to different aspects of organisational Child Safeguarding for UK based organisations and for local NGOs in Africa, Asia and Latin America. If you would like to discuss tailor-made training or consultancy support for your organisation, please send email our safeguarding specialist, Rabia Gungor on firstname.lastname@example.org
ChildHope’s approach relies first and foremost on local partnerships.
Our partners are committed to child rights and understand the context of children’s lives. They share our values and deliver programmes that change the lives of children for the better.
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