The Paradox of Kinship Care

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Overview

Approximately one in ten children around the world live in kinship care. This form of care is both the most widely used and the most valued option for children who cannot be cared for by their parents. Yet it is also neglected by policymakers and practitioners, placing children at great risk.

Members involved

Challenging Heights, Children Assistance Program, CINDI, FOST, FSCE, Uyisenga Ni Imanzi

Date published

2019

Latest resources

New Guidance Out Now! Lessons learnt from around the world on supporting kinship care

New Guidance Out Now! Lessons learnt from around the world on supporting kinship care

How to support kinship care – lessons learnt from around the world

How to support kinship care – lessons learnt from around the world

New toolkit out now! Supporting Integration of children on the move

New toolkit out now! Supporting Integration of children on the move