Community-based child protection mechanisms
Community-based child protection mechanisms – Global synthesis report of Plan International’s support to CBCPMs
This global synthesis report maps Plan International’s work with community-based child-protection mechanisms in 50 countries. It captures the work of more than 15,000 child-protective mechanisms supported by Plan International and its partners.
Support for Community-based child protection mechanisms (CBCPMs) is one of the global priorities defined in Plan International’s Global strategy for child protection programming 2015-2020.
The global synthesis report on community-based child-protection mechanisms is a mapping of Plan International’s work in 50 countries. It captures the work being undertaken by more than 15,000 child-protective mechanisms that are in one or the other way supported by Plan International and its partners.
The synthesis includes:
- highlights of key achievements and challenges
- good practices and lessons learned
- recommendations to Plan International and others who are supporting CBCPMs
- key advocacy messages for Plan International to use with primary policy makers.
Protection from violence, Child protection in emergencies