We plan to support children and families (including caregivers) recover from conflict and insurgency situations. The longer children remain out of school, the less likely it becomes that they will return. Ensuring educational continuity is an important part of the recovery process. Addressing child protection issues such as child labour will ensure that children are able to resume their participation in learning programmes. Interventions to support families with food, non-food items and livelihood support can facilitate enrolment in school. Therefore, integrated and holistic programing combining education, child protection, and poverty alleviating interventions can together be effective in preventing early marriage, child labour, recruitment and other forms of exploitation. In this section, the key issues and common recommended actions focus on UASC, CAAFAG ‘child labour’ and ‘child marriage’ and ‘access and learning environment’.