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The child protection sector in Syria is comprised of approximately 150 partners, including, UN, INGO, Syrian NGO and government agencies operating in 14 governorates. The sector works to prevent and respond to abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence against children through strengthening community-based child protection programming, including psychosocial support, provision of specialized child protection services, mine/explosive remnants of war risk education and strengthening the capacity of frontline workers and volunteers to respond to child protection issues.

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NORTHERN SYRIA CHILD PROTECTION MONITORING FRAMEWORK

The Southern Turkey Child Protection Sub-Cluster (CPSC) has initiated the implementation of a situation and response monitoring mechanism adapted from the global Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) Monitoring Toolkit in order to collect reliable information to support prioritization and targeting of interventions and to improve quality of programs. The information produced will also be used for advocacy with donors, government and implementing agencies when necessary.

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NORTHERN SYRIA CHILD PROTECTION MONITORING FRAMEWORK

Child Protection Coordination Team

Susan Andrew
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Whole of Syria Child Protection Focal Point
sandrew@unicef.org
Kehkashan Khan
CHILD PROTECTION AOR COORDINATOR
kbkhan@unicef.org
Mohammad Taleb
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Information Management Officer
mtaleb@unicef.org
Carmen Monclus Girones
cmonclusgirones@unicef.org
Nabil ALJARMOZI
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Information Management Specialist - Child Protection Sub-Cluster & Education Cluster (Turkey Cross Border)
nal-jarmozi@unicef.org