The CBCPC training aimed to establish a structure in the communities of implementation as part of our localization approach to the current NHF project. The objective is to orient the selected community members on their duties and responsibilities in preventing and responding to any harm or
the risk that might affect the future and development of children.
The training was conducted On the 14th and 15th of March 2023. It covered child protection in an emergency. It is important for the participants to know that emergencies can pose particular challenges for child protection, especially when many of the family, social and community structures that generally help to protect children are disrupted, destroyed, or seriously weakened. Emergency situations can also result in children being exposed to new risks or an increase in the risks that they might usually confront. Emergencies cover a range of events, including natural disasters
(such as floods or droughts) and armed conflict.