Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme: East and Southern Africa Cycle 1 Mentoring Report

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An optional professional mentoring component was built into the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) and was designed to offer mentoring relationship to participants (mentees) and mentors for 6 months of the programme. A pool of 15 CPiE experts including some graduates of the programme as peer mentors were all assigned a mentee from the programme to help mentees develop a greater knowledge base and deeper self-awareness. All participants initially signed up to the mentorship process however two dropped out. At the end of the programme, a survey was sent out with a 58% response rate out of the 21 graduates who took part in the mentoring process. The report also includes responses from 3 mentors. 

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Child protection

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