Provide capacity to the children, parents, their caregivers and community members to enhance their knowledge and ability to protect children from harm.
To be responsible to conduct proper recording, documentation for all the children and their caregiver seeking child protection services and information at the sectional level.
Provision and Dissémination of appropriate child protection information to support decision making on voluntary repatriation and sustained protection for the children remaining in the camps.
Provide trainings and monitoring to the Community’s Own Resource persons and help desk social workers on behavior change and General Child protection concerns.
Supervisers a team of Economic and social empowerment assistants .
Review and develop child friendly and child focused protection messages on emerging concerns and threats (with an emphasis on concerns of undocumented children, children in the Voluntary repatriation process and special protection cases, specifically prevention of and support to survivors of harmful traditional practices and SGBV and inclusion of children with specific needs).
On a monthly basis, conduct organize information forums (information clinics) involving other protection partners and service providers to strengthen the support to individual children.