2015 Global child protection education & SGBV strategy implementation report



In 2011-12, UNHCR issued three global strategies on the Protection of Children, Education and prevention and response to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV), implemented through a range of interventions in selected strategy priority countries. Although formulated as three distinct strategies, they address protection challenges and interventions that cut across all areas of protection delivery and are implemented and monitored through an integrated approach in order to maximize protection outcomes.

This report is the third report outlining the results achieved throughout 2015 in the strategy priority countries. As some of the strategies – and the related global monitoring framework - were created for a five year period (2012 to 2016), this report is the last monitoring report. 

The monitoring report focuses on eight countries where all three strategies are being implemented: Chad, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Uganda and Yemen. In 2015, Burundi developed a Child Protection strategy, becoming the ninth country to implement all three protection strategies.

The cover shows a group of children running outside, with UNHCR logo on the bottom left and vertical as well as the title of the report is white.
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