Strengthening Community-Level Approaches to Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

The Community-Level Child Protection Task Force is sharing NEW resources for implementing community-level child protection programming, building on CP Standard 17 –Community-Level Approaches.

What are the new resources?

The Reflective Field Guide: Community-level  Approaches to Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

The Reflective Field Guide invites us:

  • to reflect on the effectiveness of current work with communities
  • to consider ways to reach higher levels of community engagement in humanitarian settings

The Reflective Field Guide includes:

Strengthening Community-level Child Protection in Humanitarian Action: Capacity-building Package Facilitator Guide

The capacity building package includes:

  • Facilitator’s guide
  • PowerPoints
  • Pre and post tests
  • Sample agendas
  • Evaluations
  • Planning sheets
  • Handouts to assist in the roll out of trainings

The package consists of two modules:

  • Foundations of Promising Practice
  • Enhancing our Capacities for Community Engagement

Click here for EnglishFrench and Spanish.

Community-Level Child Protection Online Learning Series

The Online Learning Series follows Nina, a girl who has been displaced from her home, while she adjusts to her new setting and interacts with Child Protection actors.

The 4-Part Video Series Covers:

  1. Introducing Standard 17: Community-level Approache
  2. Reflecting on Current Community-level Programming
  3. Community-level CP in Humanitarian Action: The Need for a Shift in Mindset
  4. The Reflective Field Guide: Community-level Approaches to CP in Humanitarian Action

The series is accompanied by a facilitators package, including a welcome note, PowerPoints, and feedback forms.

The Online Learning Series is available in English, French, and Arabic.

For more information…

Co-Leads: Michelle Van Akin, Plan International and Joy Cheung, World Vision International
Visit the CCP TF webpage to learn more about ongoing initiatives and new projects – including guidance on engaging with communities during COVID-19.