Mobile child protection in urban settings

3 December 2020

This case study describes the mobile child protection programming implemented in Bogota, Colombia, responding to the needs of migrants and refugees from Venezuela and other vulnerable people in 2019.

This case study describes the mobile child protection programming implemented in Bogota, Colombia, responding to the needs of migrants and refugees from Venezuela and other vulnerable people in 2019.

The mobile services were part of multi-sectoral services provided in partnership with the local government, the Colombian Red Cross and IOM among other partners to provide a holistic frontline emergency response to 1,536 under 18 years old and 2,175 adults. New arrivals and vulnerable populations were provided with information and knowledge about their rights and available services in Bogota.

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Emergencies, Protection from violence, Child protection in emergencies