Child Protection in Emergencies Training (Virtual and Onsite)
October 16 - October 20
Children, unlike adults, are affected uniquely by conflicts and emergencies. However, they could facilitate quick and lasting recovery of the community. Children find themselves in vulnerable situations during emergencies and bear the greatest brunt of disasters because of their vulnerability. As such, these children are exposed to displacement, separation, discrimination, forced labor, sexual and economic exploitation, trafficking, and conflicts. Child protection measures must be undertaken from the onset of an emergency to ensure their well-being is guarded. To achieve this, professionals working with children have a duty to prevent violence and abuse and to enable children to access protection services through government and community systems.
This training focuses on how children in an emergency setting can be protected besides receiving the standard humanitarian package of food, water, shelter, medicines, and sanitation. Further to the physical needs that children receive, they need psychosocial assistance
The individual cost for the training workshop is USD 850 for individual participants and USD 700 for groups above 10 participants, exclusive of 16% VAT. This covers the training fee, resource materials, and conference package. Participants will be responsible for travel expenses and arrangements, such as airport transfers (and visa application, where necessary), food and accommodation, health/accident insurance, and other personal expenses.
The target groups are humanitarian and development professionals, social workers, and teachers responsible for protecting and educating children during conflict and emergencies.
This course aims to broaden and deepen the understanding of child protection professionals’ understanding of safeguarding children and risk factors that predispose children to vulnerability.
At the end of this training, you will be able to:
- Expand knowledge of principles and approaches to child protection programming
- Monitor and report grave violations and serious protection concerns for children
- Design child protection systems and strengthen children’s resilience in emergencies
- Identify and practice standards to address child protection needs, quality child protection
- response and standards to mainstream child protection in other humanitarian sectors
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This course has beginners and advanced modules, and SDSL will advise individuals appropriately after reviewing their applications.
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All SDSL participants who complete the training are provided with dedicated coaches to accompany them after completing the training, including receiving recent and relevant journals, research, and benchmarking practices on topical issues in their respective disciplines.
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