Este reporte ha sido diseñado para ayudarle a entender e interpretar fácilmente los resultados de la Encuesta de Protección Infantil 2017 de World Visión.
Los detalles de la metodología, tamaño de la muestra y fechas en las cuales esta investigación se realizó se incluyen a continuación:
En este reporte usted verá los resultados regionales agregados para todos los países encuestados. Los países incluidos en esta encuesta son:
- Las organizaciones de derechos de infancia se unen para instar a la Cooperación Española a poner el bienestar de los niños y las niñas en el corazón de su acción
Madrid, 27 de septiembre de 2017
No dejar a ningún niño y niña atrás. Es la consigna bajo la que el Grupo de Infancia* ha lanzado hoy el documento V Plan Director de la Cooperación Española: Una oportunidad para millones de niños y niñas. Una serie de recomendaciones para garantizar que la infancia sea una prioridad del V Plan Director y que este contribuya al cumplimento de los Derechos del Niño.
Innovative WASH UP! program will support socio-emotional well-being through lessons on proper water use, sanitation and hygiene habits for Syrian refugee children in Jordan, Lebanon, and the Kurdish Region of Iraq.
Niamey (Niger), 5 October, 2017 – In a decision that will have positive implications for millions of children in West Africa, all member states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) today agreed to a range of concrete measures to protect children from violence, abuse and exploitation.
- World Vision scales up relief planning as Myanmar refugee numbers increase to 809,000 more than half who are children - Increased reports of sexual and gender-based violence - Camp numbers triple over two weeks, and continue to grow - Only half of needed essential services are available - UN launches USD$434m appeal to reach more than one million refugees
COX’S BAZAR, 4 OCTOBER 2017 – Aid agency …
Humanitarian Organizations call for immediate humanitarian access to those in need:
One month since the 25 August attacks and subsequent security response, INGOs in Myanmar are increasingly concerned about severe restrictions on humanitarian access and impediments to the delivery of critically needed humanitarian assistance throughout Rakhine State.
• Aid organisation reaches three million people in six months
• Hundreds of thousands of children severely malnourished, need urgent treatment to survive
• Funding for the responses at 60%
Wednesday, September 27
NAIROBI – More than 15 million children in East Africa continue to face lifelong risks to their lives and wellbeing due to ongoing drought and conflict warns World Vision six months after the aid agency began responding to the crisis.
• Hostilities has spread in many locations of Greater Equatoria particularly in Yei, Kajo-Keji, Kapoeta North, Rumbek, Morobo, Mundri West and Maridi County forcing thousands of people to leave their homes and seek protection and humanitarian assistance in neighbouring counties and some are even crossing border to Uganda.
COX’S BAZAR (22 SEPTEMBER 2017) - In a response to a government call for assistance, World Vision will begin food distributions on 24 September to some 15,200 refugees (3,050 households) who fled fighting in Myanmar. Relief will be distributed at Ukhia “upazilla” (sub-division) in Cox’s Bazar District. The food package contains rice, lentils, salt, cooking oil, and sugar for the next two months to meet critical needs.
The last year has seen significant global challenges, including an unprecedented level of humanitarian need, rising inequality and exclusion, growing climate change impacts, and increasing threats to our shared security. Nevertheless, the international community has taken important steps in addressing these challenges by implementing the recent bold commitments to foster sustainable peace.
This case study of the first large-scale humanitarian cash programme in Zimbabwe presents learning and recommendations on how to design and adapt cash transfer programmes to mitigate the risk of a cash liquidity crisis.
The study explores how the programme, which delivered cash through mobile money, coped with a national cash liquidity crisis. Mobile money proved to be a highly flexible way to deliver cash during a liquidity crisis, given its option for e-purchasing, which enabled continued access to food.
This case study explores the partnership between CARE International and World Vision with two mobile network operators to deliver the first humanitarian cash transfer programme to be carried out on a large scale in Zimbabwe.
The study investigates:
Humanitarian situation:The threat of famine persists with severe drought expected to deepen until the start of rainy season in October .
Food security deteriorating: An estimated 3.1 million people – 25 per cent of the population – are expected to be in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) or Emergency (IPC Phase 4) through December 2017.The loss of livestock, below average harvests and high food prices are further exacerbating food insecurity.
Overall, there were not major changes in the feeding practices before leaving DRC and after arriving in Angola; the major difference was seen in the number of meals and variety of complementary foods provided to the infants and children.
Mothers seem aware of the importance of breastfeeding, and early initiation of breastfeeding is the common practice among refugees.
WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL, Friday, September 7 – Two weeks after violence broke out in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, humanitarian agency World Vision says it cannot access the thousands of children and families caught up in the violence.
“Two weeks ago, we were reaching more than 20,000 people with food, including 7,000 young children. Today, we are reaching none. The violence has displaced children, families, our own staff and is preventing us from reaching those most in need,” says World Vision International’s Trihadi Saptoadi, global head of programming and emergency affairs.
New survey reveals alarming malnutrition rates in Turkana, East Pokot, Mandera, Samburu, and West Pokot
Nearly 73,000 children in Kenya are severely malnourished and at risk of dying from drought-related hunger unless urgent aid is made immediately available.
The warning comes as results from joint nutrition assessments conducted by the County Departments of Health and UNICEF, and nine aid organisations working on the ground— including Save the Children—are revealed.
This guide offers a child-friendly version of the Sendai Framework. It was developed in consultation with children by the Children in a Changing Climate coalition (ChildFund Alliance, Plan International, Save the Children, UNICEF, and World Vision). A Korean translation of the document, coordinated by the Global Education and Training Institute of UNISDR, is available below. The Japanese translation of the document, developed by Child Fund Japan in cooperation with UNISDR Office in Japan, is also available below.