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Re: #CoordinationwithGBV #CoordinationwithGBV

Krissie Hayes
 

Thanks both. All very useful. Our main concern is limited access and use of volunteers so really seeking pictorial and tip sheets.
gbv only use their national staff for CM but CP has many cases so with only 137 CW only allowed, we developed remote case management guide to support volunteers to do low and medium risk cases. My worry is child survivors and ensuring volunteers know the system! 

thanks again


Re: #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar #ChildHelplines #covid19response #vac #Webinar

Huda Ghalegolabi
 

Thank you so much

Regards


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Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar
 
Hi all, 

The edited recorded version is still being worked on and will be uploaded soon. 

Good news is you can also access the unedited recorded version through Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Alliance.Child.Protection/videos/566671227612499/

Hope this works for you!

Have a good day

Elena


Elena Giannini - Focal Point
Learning and Development Working Group
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

Contact: learning@... | Rome: (+39) 3286892623





Re: #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar #ChildHelplines #covid19response #vac #Webinar

Perrine Corcuff
 

Hi Huda,
hope you're doing well.
For the meantime you can access the webinar here: Covid 19: Child Helplines and Child Protection
An edited version will be posted on YouTube soon and we'll keep you informed.
You might have accessed it already, otherwise, the technical note presented in the webinar is here
In addition you may also want to check the webinar on Child Protection, the COVID-19 response & Child Helplines – linkages and opportunities, organized late April -prior to the technical note issuance-, and gathering CP coordinators working on Child Helplines.
Don't hesitate to reach out for any other question.
Take care!
Perrine


Re: #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar #ChildHelplines #covid19response #vac #Webinar

Learning and Development Focal Point
 

Hi all, 

The edited recorded version is still being worked on and will be uploaded soon. 

Good news is you can also access the unedited recorded version through Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Alliance.Child.Protection/videos/566671227612499/

Hope this works for you!

Have a good day

Elena


Elena Giannini - Focal Point
Learning and Development Working Group
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

Contact: learning@... | Rome: (+39) 3286892623





Re: #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar #ChildHelplines #covid19response #vac #Webinar

Huda Ghalegolabi
 

Hello colleagues, 

I hope all is doing well. I was wondering if the webinar on the new technical note on child helplines in the context of the COVID19 response was recorded? and will be shared?

It seems like I missed it for the second time.

Regards
Huda


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Subject: [cpaorcovid19] #ChildHelplines #covid19response #VAC #Webinar
 

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Good morning everyone!
On Thursday 4th June at 2pm CEST, Child Helplines International (CHI), the Alliance for CP in humanitarian action, the CP AoR and UNICEF are co-hosting a webinar with a Q&A session to present the new technical note on child helplines in the context of the COVID19 response. The note will be issued in the coming days and aims at:
  1. Providing practical guidance to child protection actors and service providers, including government departments, (I)NGOs, CSOs and UN agencies and child protection coordination groups on how they might provide support to children and families through a helpline service; or by collaboration with an existing national child helpline;
  2. Exploring how existing child helplines  can contribute to, and participate in, efforts to support children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic, through child protection mechanisms and systems.  This includes expanding their services, and with a view to avoiding duplication. 
You can register and find more information here. We look forward to your participation, questions and sharing of experiences!
best regards,
Chantal


Re: #CoordinationwithGBV #CoordinationwithGBV

Masumi Yamashina
 

Dear Krissie,

 

Thank you very much for this.

 

For referrals, many countries I know have been using the GBV pocket guide (translated version) as a tool for community volunteers. There is a Burmese version too.  But it doesn’t cover all CP issues like UAC and so on. But similar model as GBV pocket guide - having a decision tree of what to do (not to do) when you find children who might need protection, the latest referral pathways with contact (or simply a contact number of CP focal point in the community)  and a few tips dos/don’ts might work well. I think a simple tool to help community volunteers would work well.  

 

In terms of remote case management, GBVIMS team has developed lots of podcasts re. remote case management and so on. http://www.gbvims.com/covid-19/ But it’d be difficult for community volunteers as is.

 

I am actually having a call with the GBV colleagues in the region including CXB on this very topic today as we plan for support to CXB. But feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

 

Kind regards,

Masumi  

 

 

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Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] #CoordinationwithGBV

 

Hi Krissie,

 

Thanks very much for this post and for the good work you are doing in Cox’s Bazaar. While this may not be exactly what you are looking for, I am sharing with you the CCS Operational Guidance Package developed by the IRC to support our WPE and CP colleagues operating in the same location on how to best support and coordinate around cases of child and adolescent survivors. The Package includes a brief table with guidance from our Technical Unit (developed by an internal IRC working group comprised of CP and WP TAs) that has space to be adapted for the particular context, as well as a PPT that brings CP and GBV colleagues through the discussions we saw as necessary to determine has to best support and coordinate around such cases. Please note that this is a pilot version of the Package, so if you do decide to use it then I would really appreciate your feedback on it. Please also note that it was developed pre-COVID-19, so additional considerations will need to be made. If you have any questions on it or would like to walk through it together, please feel free to reach out.

 

From the Child and Adolescent Survivor Initiative’s side, I don’t think we have quite what you are looking for in terms of a flow chart. If there is any way we can support you in the development of this, please let me know.

 

Thank you,

Jenn

 

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Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:37 AM
To: Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io
Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] #CoordinationwithGBV

 

Dear all
As CP increasingly relies on our volunteers  (with remote supervision) for case management due to severe access restrictions,  but recognise this is hugely problematic for child survivors, we are working with GBV to develop/adapt simplified flow chart for CW and volunteers in refugee camps to outline transfer and/or referral mechanisms.
We (GBV and CP) are concerned about this issue, adhering to dnh principles, especially with challenges re data and confidentiality, but recognise long SOPs are not going to be effective.
Support or best practices from similar contexts would be greatly appreciated! 

webinars/training which can be easily cascaded to refugee volunteers without access to technology is also needed (but that is a request I raise in all topics!) 

Any experience sharing much appreciated! 


Re: Working with Health Sector and other sectors #CPMainstreamingandIntegration

Susanna Davies
 

Dear Krissy,

Thank you so much for your really important question regarding collaboration with the Health and other sectors on integrated approaches to child protection during COVID19. 

For tips and guidance on key actions and ways to collaborate with other sectors on integrated approaches, I would direct you to the 2019 edition of the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, whose Pillar 4 provides guidance on working across sectors.  Standard 24 on Health and CP provides specific key actions during infectious disease outbreaks, like COVID-19, including collaboration on child-friendly community messaging and common procedures for identification and referral of child protection cases, including provision of alternative care.  I would also point to some of the key actions outlined in the Alliance's Technical Note on CP + COVID-19

 

From my own experience within Save the Children, I would echo Martha's comments that advocacy at the inter-agency level through the Child Protection Sub-cluster or Working Group can be most effective.  For example, in Iraq, where Save the Children co-leads the CPSC together with UNICEF, we have developed joint procedures with Health and Camp Management colleagues to identify CP cases at the community level.  This has included a protocol for urgent response when parents are taken in for COVID-19 treatment and immediate identification of alternative care.  

 

Best,

Susanna Davies

Co-lead CPMS Working Group, Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

Senior Humanitarian Coordinator, Child Protection, Save the Children 


New GBV Tool: Mitigating the Risks of Gender-Based Violence: A Due Diligence Guide for Investing #Gender #engagingwithinvestors #engagingwiththeprivatesector

Bethany Plummer
 

Dear All,

I would like to bring to your attention the launch of a new tool.

This tool equips investors to understand the risk their investments are exposed to as a result of gender-based violence and to incorporate that risk assessment into due diligence process.
Due diligence is a standard process that all investors undertake when deciding whether and how to invest in a company. This tool is designed to align with standard diligence processes for direct private investments. It also offers recommendations and tools that investors can use to mitigate the risks of violence. The risk assessment is also relevant to public investors at the sector and market levels.
 This tool is one component of a broader global effort to ensure the right to live free of violence and toward greater gender equality.

If you want to find out more, you can read the tool here: 
https://www.unicef.org/media/70041/file/Covid-19-Diligence-Tool-UNICEF-Criterion.pdf

Please share widely with your networks.


Re: COVID-19 Rapid Assessment report by Street Child UK #AwarenessRaising #NeedsIdentification #Education #prevention #PreparednessandResponsePlans

Megan Lees-McCowan
 

Yes of course - please find attached the tool we used. Warmly, Megan


Re: #CoordinationwithGBV #CoordinationwithGBV

Jennifer Lee
 

Hi Krissie,

 

Thanks very much for this post and for the good work you are doing in Cox’s Bazaar. While this may not be exactly what you are looking for, I am sharing with you the CCS Operational Guidance Package developed by the IRC to support our WPE and CP colleagues operating in the same location on how to best support and coordinate around cases of child and adolescent survivors. The Package includes a brief table with guidance from our Technical Unit (developed by an internal IRC working group comprised of CP and WP TAs) that has space to be adapted for the particular context, as well as a PPT that brings CP and GBV colleagues through the discussions we saw as necessary to determine has to best support and coordinate around such cases. Please note that this is a pilot version of the Package, so if you do decide to use it then I would really appreciate your feedback on it. Please also note that it was developed pre-COVID-19, so additional considerations will need to be made. If you have any questions on it or would like to walk through it together, please feel free to reach out.

 

From the Child and Adolescent Survivor Initiative’s side, I don’t think we have quite what you are looking for in terms of a flow chart. If there is any way we can support you in the development of this, please let me know.

 

Thank you,

Jenn

 

From: Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io <Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io> On Behalf Of Krissie Hayes
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:37 AM
To: Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io
Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] #CoordinationwithGBV

 

Dear all
As CP increasingly relies on our volunteers  (with remote supervision) for case management due to severe access restrictions,  but recognise this is hugely problematic for child survivors, we are working with GBV to develop/adapt simplified flow chart for CW and volunteers in refugee camps to outline transfer and/or referral mechanisms.
We (GBV and CP) are concerned about this issue, adhering to dnh principles, especially with challenges re data and confidentiality, but recognise long SOPs are not going to be effective.
Support or best practices from similar contexts would be greatly appreciated! 

webinars/training which can be easily cascaded to refugee volunteers without access to technology is also needed (but that is a request I raise in all topics!) 

Any experience sharing much appreciated! 


Re: New Alliance Annex to the Child Protection COVID-19 Technical Note & Webinar: Working with Communities to Keep Children Safe #Webinar #technicalnote #workingwithcommunities

Krissie Hayes
 

Thanks again for this great document. We are finalising a 2 page checklist to support communities and families to prepare for and respond to CP issues given we have little access to camps.

We are also planning a TOT for cp partners to work with communities to develop their own plans in case we have no access going forward.
Any learning or experiences from other contexts would be extremely useful for the training! As well as interesting for our CP partners who are rapidly adjusting to a bottom up approach



Re: #CoordinationwithGBV #CoordinationwithGBV

Krissie Hayes
 

Dear all
As CP increasingly relies on our volunteers  (with remote supervision) for case management due to severe access restrictions,  but recognise this is hugely problematic for child survivors, we are working with GBV to develop/adapt simplified flow chart for CW and volunteers in refugee camps to outline transfer and/or referral mechanisms.
We (GBV and CP) are concerned about this issue, adhering to dnh principles, especially with challenges re data and confidentiality, but recognise long SOPs are not going to be effective.
Support or best practices from similar contexts would be greatly appreciated! 

webinars/training which can be easily cascaded to refugee volunteers without access to technology is also needed (but that is a request I raise in all topics!) 

Any experience sharing much appreciated! 


Re: COVID-19 Rapid Assessment report by Street Child UK #AwarenessRaising #NeedsIdentification #Education #prevention #PreparednessandResponsePlans

Lillian Kona
 

This is really useful, is it possible to share the assessment questionnaire that informed this assessment? Thanks

 

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Subject: [cpaorcovid19] COVID-19 Rapid Assessment report by Street Child UK #AwarenessRaising #NeedsIdentification #Education #prevention #PreparednessandResponsePlans

 

Dear all, I attach a rapid assessment carried out by British INGO Street Child across 13 countries (Afghanistan; Bangladesh - Rohingya camps; Burundi; Cameroon - Anglophone region; DR Congo - South Kivu; Kenya - Nakuru; Liberia; Mozambique - north; Nepal; Nigeria; Sierra Leone; Sri Lanka; Uganda). We surveyed 12,100 participants (of which 1300 sampled for the global survey) on COVID-19 prevention, preparedness, protection, education and coping capacities in the last week of April /first week of May. Hoping this may be useful to this forum. Country level reports are now also available in most cases on request. Many thanks, Megan.


Re: quarantine interferes with child development #MHPSSforChildren #MHPSS #childdevelopment #QuarantineFacilities

Méschac NAKANYWENGE
 

Bonjour,

Certains que la langue va faire défaut, néanmoins, nous vous prions de
bien vouloir trouver en attache notre rapport de sensibilisation sur
les mesures préventives dans la lutte contre le Covid-19 en ville de
Goma, Nord-Kivu en RD Congo.

Bonne santé à vous
Pour l'UPDDHE/GL
Coordonnateur National
Méschac NAKANYWENGE
UPDDHE/GL-DRC-
Point Focal du Réseau C4C/RDC
Président du CBCN/NORD-KIVU
Acteur PSEA, DDH-E et PEACE BUILDING en RDC
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On Wed, Jun 3, 2020 at 1:28 PM Koen Sevenants <ksevenants@...> wrote:

Hmm. Ok, then. Let’s talk about adolescents and how parents and caregivers can reduce the impact of quarantine on adolescents. As I mentioned, for adolescents it is bit of more complicated story. What you need to know that is when we talk about social and emotional development, we often refer to something what is called the ‘task of age’. In simple words, the task of age refers to things that are child has to learn at a specific age. I am not talking about school learning or academic learning. Instead, I refer to social and emotional aspects that child needs to learn. A simple example: if you listen to two-years old, you will often hear the word ‘no’. To learn to say ‘no’ is a socio-emotional task of age. If the child does not learn to say no at that age, it will have consequences for the rest for the remains of his/her life (although this can be adjusted). So, adolescents have 3 tasks of age: (1) they will do a mental review of their life (which can lead to disappointment and as such anger at parents, since parents used to be his/her heroes), (2) finding an answer to the question ‘who am I’ and (3) further emotional separation from parents. In each of these tasks, peers are very important. So, now the question of reducing the impact on development of adolescents becomes: how you can assist adolescents to comply with each of these development tasks-of-age in the absence of peers. If you confirm that this is clear for you and you are with me on this, I will proceed with the first task-of-age 





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Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] quarantine interferes with child development #MHPSSforChildren #MHPSS #childdevelopment #QuarantineFacilities



I would be interested in hearing Koen's approach for adolescents. I often find that we limit our discussions on MHPSS to younger children. I am all ears.



On Tue, 2 Jun 2020 at 12:54, Koen Maurice Sevenants <ksevenants@...> wrote:

Dear Eric, thank you for the interest in this topic. In general, topics concerning child development in general and more specifically social and emotional development are not receiving enough attention. Mostly people involved in MHPSS focus on psychosocial states on this very moment without placing it in the wider picture of comprehensive development of the child. Yet, it is the impact that events and difficult periods have on the development of the child that will last way into adulthood. To answer your question: yes. There are things that parents or caregivers can do. (1) Be aware that social development occurs in the relation between people and between children. For children going to primary school it is normal and good that they have best friends, change best friends, make little groups, and have small quarrels (obviously not to the point of bullying!). The child is exploring social interactions and relations. As parents there is no need to interfere, nor to be judgmental or take sides. During quarantine you can facilitate contact with friends over the phone, and you can also bring – although not physically- friends into the room. This is how you do that: Let children draw their friends and the games they play. Let them explain why they like their friends. Let them draw or explain what they value in other children, how they can be nice to children and how children can be nice to them. Let them explain how going on a big walk with their friends would be, what they would be talking about, etc. Be creative in finding ways to bring social contact in the hearts of the children . For adolescents, it is slightly more complicated. But if you are interested I can also tell you how to mitigate the impact of quarantine on their social and emotional development.



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Subject: Re: [cpaorcovid19] quarantine interferes with child development #MHPSSforChildren #MHPSS #childdevelopment #QuarantineFacilities



Thanks Koen. Is it unavoidable that quarantines produce such negative effects or are there ways to avoid those in the first place while they last?



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COVID-19 Rapid Assessment report by Street Child UK #AwarenessRaising #NeedsIdentification #Education #prevention #PreparednessandResponsePlans

Megan Lees-McCowan
 

Dear all, I attach a rapid assessment carried out by British INGO Street Child across 13 countries (Afghanistan; Bangladesh - Rohingya camps; Burundi; Cameroon - Anglophone region; DR Congo - South Kivu; Kenya - Nakuru; Liberia; Mozambique - north; Nepal; Nigeria; Sierra Leone; Sri Lanka; Uganda). We surveyed 12,100 participants (of which 1300 sampled for the global survey) on COVID-19 prevention, preparedness, protection, education and coping capacities in the last week of April /first week of May. Hoping this may be useful to this forum. Country level reports are now also available in most cases on request. Many thanks, Megan.


Re: #covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention

Chantal Neuweiler
 

Excellent, thanks so much Koen and Huda- super useful!
best,
Chantal


Re: #covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention

Huda Ghalegolabi
 

Hi Chantal, 

Right to play incorporated a number of Radio scripts to reach out to children as well as TV program as part of its COVID19 distance learning response. We included messages for parents on how to support children's PSS support through age and gender-sensitive games as well as informing parents about available services and numbers they can contact. Monitoring can be done through collaboration with TV and radio stations to register the number of households who tune in during the airing of distance learning programs. 


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To: Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io <Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io>
Subject: [cpaorcovid19] #covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention
 
Good afternoon everyone,
The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?
Thank you!
best,
Chantal


Re: #covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention

Koen Sevenants
 

Dear Chantal and everybody,

 

A lot of work has been done in the last months to transform MHPSS messages as part of child protection into audio files. You can find a good number of MHPSS messages here: https://cpaor-audiofiles.com/

 

These files can be used by radio station and  static or mobile loud speaker systems in camps or villages.

 

In general, in MHPSS we also try to work as much as possible with teachers, since these are often the only ones outside the family who have frequent contact with children. Ideally, these teachers have received in the last months some training in how to identify children with have might have developed some problems or who are in a unsafe situation. The link with case managers and child helplines is vital, not only for linking children who have been identified, but also for children who have gone off the radar.

 

Koen

 

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Reply to: "Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io" <Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io>
Date: Friday, 5 June 2020 at 16:46
To: "Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io" <Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io>
Subject: [cpaorcovid19] #covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention

 

Good afternoon everyone,

The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?

Thank you!
best,
Chantal


#covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention

Chantal Neuweiler
 

Good afternoon everyone,
The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?
Thank you!
best,
Chantal


Re: Working with Health Sector and other sectors #CPMainstreamingandIntegration

Martha Kyakilika
 

Dear Krissie,

 

I think this is a very important discussion especially as we look at restrictions around quarantine centers and the Child Protection issues that may be risk. I think this discussion is also important given how in many places current Humanitarian response in the light of c-19 is seen as primarily Public Health. It then becomes key to be more strategic on how we work with “frontline” sector.

 

The coordination forum is in a unique position where they have members that can directly support the Government Health systems as well as NGO health service providers. In Myanmar, the Case management Task force is working with social workers through the Department of Social Welfare for provide training to Social workers who are then able to provide CP services. I can follow-up with the task force on particulars but they should be joining this forum.

 

ICCG is another important forum for advancing CP priorities. It may be difficult and in Myanmar as in most countries am sure, ICCG has served as a platform to ensure the developments in interventions for producing guidelines, Working Groups ToRs, APP systems and everything that goes through ICCG takes appropriate consideration for a CP service provision. Advocating though the Protection Cluster has been particularly effective as CP is a sub sector and has a stronger voice once you ‘recruit’ GBV and General protection.

 

It would be worth exploring such a strategy with the Health Sector. It would be interesting to hear from you and other who you will go about it in your context.

 

Martha

 

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Sent: Wednesday, June 3, 2020 8:36 PM
To: Forum@CPCOVID19.groups.io
Subject: [cpaorcovid19] Working with Health Sector and other sectors #CPMainstreamingandIntegration #CPMainstreamingandIntegration

 

Dear all
i would be very interested to hear how other contexts are supporting child protection within the health sector actions. If anyone has experiences or tools for training, tips, guidance, etc., these would also be appreciated.
In situations where access for protection is severely restricted, health actors are still able to access so this conversation would be a useful one for us!
thank you
krissie 

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