This study guide is a companion to Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings: Literature Review and Recommendations for Strengthening Prevention and Response, which synthesises evidence on the prevalence, patterns and impacts of child neglect in humanitarian contexts and offers recommendations for additional research and next steps. The purpose of the Study Guide is to increase learning, facilitate contextualization and maximize one of practitioners’ most precious commodities: time. The format uses a Q&A approach to highlight essential points and encourage deeper understanding and use. Throughout the Study Guide are “Putting it into Practice” scenarios designed to help you move beyond mere academic understanding and into real-world application. The scenarios offer you the opportunity to integrate your existing expertise with the potentially unfamiliar material in Child Neglect in Humanitarian Settings.