Resource Centre

  • How do you go to School?

    When you were a child, how did you get to school? Some students are fetched by a school bus, some are dropped off by their parents, and others take public transportation such as jeepneys, buses, or tricycles. Many Filipino children, however, merely walk ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme, Asia Pacific 3rd cycle: Residential Report

    The Residential phase of the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) is a two-week training during which the participants develop knowledge and skills to design and implement high-quality Child Protection in Emergencies ...

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  • Ending Legalised Violence Against Children by 2030: Progress towards prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment in Pathfinder countries

    This report tracks the country-level progress that has been made to prohibit corporal punishment of children in Pathfinding Countries. It emphasizes the importance of ending corporal punishment to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16.2. Furthermore, ...

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  • Childhood Interrupted: Children's voices from the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

    The Rohingya Refugee Crisis is a children's emergency. Over a five-month period, 655,500 people have fled widespread violence in Myanmar, 58 percent of which have been children. Since arriving in refugee camps in Bangladesh, many of these children have ...

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  • Training Manual on Republic Act 10821 and the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action

    In 2007, the Philippines adopted the humanitarian cluster approach with the issuance of National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) Circular No. 05, s. 2007 (Institutionalization of the Cluster Approach in the Philippine Disaster Management System). ...

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  • Forgotten Futures: The lives of refugee children in urban areas of Indonesia and Thailand

    In two urban areas of Indonesia and Thailand, Greater Jakarta and Bangkok, live some 20,000 refugees, with limited access to basic rights, waiting for resettlement or the chance to return to their countries of origin. This study seeks to build an ...

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  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ+) Youth in Thailand: Exploratory research report

    While Thailand has the reputation of being an accepting and tolerant country of different sexual orientations and gender expressions, the LGBTIQ+ community experience widespread stigma and discrimination. The freedoms of this community is still limited: ...

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  • Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC) 2017

    The 2017 Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict Report reveals an alarming increase in grave violations against children—21,000 verified occurences in the last year alone (compared to 15,500 in 2016). Children in conflict areas in the Central ...

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  • Developing Inclusive Practices through Action Learning: Inclusive education cross-country peer-review of Bangladesh (Hope project) and Indonesia (IDEAL project)

    The importance of an inclusive education is reinforced through multiple international treaties, including Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Yet, it is one of the greatest challenges ...

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  • Kabataang Aralin sa Lahat Ibahagi (KASALI) in the Philippines: A study of whether and how children with disabilities are being included in classrooms and early childhood centres

    Kabataang Aralin Sa Lahat Ibahagi (KASALI) Project, 2014 – 2018, has created an opportunity for Save the Children to advocate for (disability) inclusive education (IE) in partnership with the government, civil society, and community stakeholders. KASALI ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme: Cycle 1 Report

    The Child Protection Professional Development Programme started its first cycle in August 2016, with the aim of empowering international and national NGO professionals, as well as government employees, in strengthening child protection capabilities ...

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  • Rohingya Response in Bangladesh: Donor Briefs

    Since 25th August 2017, 687,000 Rohingya men, women, and children have crossed the border into Bangladesh, fleeing large-scale violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State. Traveling for days with only what they can carry, the needs of the forcibly displaced ...

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  • "It's Happening to our Men as Well": Sexual violence against Rohingya men and boys

    The Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) conducted an exploratory qualitative study to examine the nature and characteristics of sexual violence perpetrated against Rohingya men and boys in Myanmar and in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh, and to evaluate ...

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  • Baseline Results of the QUEST project in Myanmar

    This report examines the results of the Quality (cross-border) Education Support in Thailand (QUEST) baseline assessment. The data collection was conducted from June to September 2017 and included 1,289 children from 86 Karen Education Department (KED) ...

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  • Typhoon Tembin Response: January 2018

    On the 22nd of December, 2017, Tropical Storm Tembin hit Davao Oriental in the early hours of the morning, and then made it onto Palawan on the 23rd of December. Although the typhoon is not too severe, the landslides, flooding, and flash floods caused ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme: Cycle 1 Report

    The Child Protection Professional Development Programme started its first cycle in August 2016, with the aim of empowering international and national NGO professionals, as well as government employees, in strengthening child protection capabilities ...

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  • Why Invest in Girls in Lao PDR?

    Lao People's Democratic Republic has seen an impressive amount of economic growth in the last few years. This flier provides data on Lao PDR's recent economic development and motivates why investment in girls injunction with the recent development is ...

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  • Education Capacity Self-Assessment: Transforming the Education Humanitarian Response of the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

    The immense Rohingya refugee flow into Cox Bazar, Bangladesh, following widespread destruction and violence in Myanmar, has brought with it an array of complex needs. As part of the immediate emergency response, humanitarian actors have provided learning ...

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  • Children, Do You Know What To Do During Emergencies?

    The Philippines is hit by around 20 tropical cyclones every year, state weather bureau PAGASA reported. Aside from typhoons, other forms of natural calamities can happen, such as earthquakes, landslides, extreme flooding, and volcanic eruptions, among ...

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  • Impact Evaluation of Literacy Boost in Laos

    This report examines the results of a learner background survey and reading assessment conducted in October 2017 as the endline evaluation of a pilot Literacy Boost project in Bolikhamxai Province in Laos. Funded by Save the Children Korea, Literacy ...

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