[NEW RESOURCE] Guidance Note for Integrated Child Protection and Education

Child Protection

We are delighted to share the new Guidance Note on Supporting Integrated Child Protection and Education Programming in Humanitarian Actionguidance note cover photo

This guidance note by INEE and the Alliance aims to promote integration and collaboration across the two humanitarian sectors of education and child protection). It orients stakeholders in both sectors to principles, frameworks, opportunities, and resources for program integration in order to ensure efficient, targeted, and effective interventions that result in improved outcomes for children and young people.

This tool aims to support practitioners who respond to the needs of children in humanitarian crises, including relevant government line ministries, national civil society organizations, community and faith-based organizations, NGOs, UN agencies, other implementing organizations, and donors.

The guidance note is organized by programmatic areas, which align with the domains and standards from both the Alliance’s Child Protection Minimum Standards and the INEE Minimum Standards.  

This resource is a free and open source global good and should be contextualized for use in alignment with local needs, norms, and values. It is available in English, Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish on both Alliance and INEE websites. We encourage you to share it widely! 

If you have questions or feedback about this resource, please contact the CPHA-EiE Coordinator at child-protection@inee.org or Rachel McKinney, Thematic Team Lead at rachel.mckinney@inee.org. We also encourage you to join the #child-protection channel in the INEE Community of Practice (free to join!).