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CHILD PROTECTION SUB-CLUSTER (TURKEY- CROSS BORDER)

Child ProtectionThe Child Protection Sub- Cluster (CPSC) Turkey Cross- Border is a coordination and collaboration forum on child protection interventions in North West Syria.  About 80 partners actively participate in the CPSC Turkey Cross- Border. Two task forces and one working group were established to support partners on child protection case management, youth and adolescent approaches and the monitoring of key child protection concerns. The objective of the CPSC Turkey Cross Border is to ensure access to effective and timely need- based assistance and to promote the rights of children affected by the crisis.

CHILD PROTECTION SITUATION MONITORING FRAMEWORK

The Child Protection Sub-Cluster (CPSC) Turkey Cross- Border has implemented a situation and response monitoring mechanism, to collect reliable information, to support prioritization and targeting of interventions and to improve quality of programs. The Child Protection Situation Monitoring Framework has been adapted from the Global Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) Monitoring Toolkit .The information produced will also be used for advocacy with donors, government and implementing agencies.

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NORTHERN SYRIA CHILD PROTECTION MONITORING FRAMEWORK

COORDINATION TEAM - CHILD PROTECTION SUB- CLUSTER (TURKEY CROSS- BORDER)

Carmen Monclus Girones
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Child Protection Coordinator
cmonclusgirones@unicef.org

Tarek Akkad
World Vision International
Child Protection Co-Coordinator
tarek_akkad@consultant.wvi.org

Elisa Calle
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Information Management Officer
ecalle@unicef.org