Safe reintegration of separated children during COVID-19

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Overview

It is widely recognised that growing up in a safe and caring family environment is essential for child development and well-being, and that maximum efforts must be made to reintegrate the millions of separated children globally with their families and communities. The reintegration of children is already difficult, often requiring extensive interventions to address the original causes of separation and re-establish broken relationships. COVID-19 is exacerbating these challenges. This paper discusses the safe and effective reintegration of separated children during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Members involved

FSCE, JUCONI, METAdrasi, Praajak, Uyisenga Ni Imanzi, Voice of Children

Date published

2020

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