CPMS and contextualized standards launched in Indonesia

Categories: Events / Minimum Standards / News / Comments OffPosted on: October 8, 2015

Indonesia_launch_Oct_2015_2 The Minister of Social Affairs for the Republic of Indonesia, Her Excellency Khofifah Indar Parawansa, launched the contextualized Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action in Jakarta on 7 October 2015. The minister highlighted that the CPMS will now be the main reference for all stakeholders in responding to humanitarian needs in Indonesia: national …

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Lebanon: Contextualization Workshop (Part 2)

Categories: Events / Minimum Standards / Comments OffPosted on: September 9, 2015

For more information, please contact: Sazan.Baban(at)savethechildren.org

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Lebanon: Contextualization Workshop (Part 1)

Categories: Events / Minimum Standards / Comments OffPosted on: September 9, 2015

The CPMS Task Group is organizing a contextualization workshop to be spread over 2x 2-day workshops in October and November 2015. 11 Standards will be contextualized. For more information, please contact: Sazan.Baban(at) savethechildren.org

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Uganda: CPMS Contextualization Workshop

Categories: Events / Minimum Standards / Comments OffPosted on: July 24, 2015

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Contextualizing the CPMS in Sudan

Categories: Minimum Standards / News / Comments OffPosted on: March 5, 2015

Sudan3 “A valuable opportunity to advance the discussion around child protection in emergencies in Sudan.” From 8-12 February 2015 the Child Protection Sub-Sector in Sudan organized a highly successful CPMS contextualization workshop. The workshop brought together participants from diverse backgrounds: the State Council of Child Welfare, the Ministries of Social Welfare, Education, Defence and Culture, the …

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CPMS contextualization workshop held in Kigali, Rwanda

Categories: Minimum Standards / News / Comments OffPosted on: July 3, 2014

Contextualization Rwanda From 11-12 June 2014, a contextualization workshop was held in Rwanda. Ten members of the Child Protection Working Group, representing Save the Children, Plan International, World Relief, World Vision, UNICEF and UNHCR, explored the implementation of four minimum standards to the Rwandan context: Standard 1 on Coordination; Standard 9 on Sexual Violence; Standard 15 on Case Management and …

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