Reports, Studies, Reviews and Research

Locally-Developed Child Protection Practices Concerning Mobile Children in West Africa

small calendar icon

Publication year:

2014

small globe icon

English

small file information icon

Format:

pdf (18.8 MiB)

small number of pages icon

Publisher:

Terre des Hommes

This study, commissioned by Terre des homes and co-edited by the Regional Working Group on Child Protection in West Africa, represents a summary of information available about locally developed (or ‘endogenous’) practices that have the effect of protecting children who leave home to earn a living away from home, whether the practices occur before children depart, while they are travelling or once they reach their destination.

Locally developed child protection practices refer to the local attitudes, behavior and actions that protect children, based on beliefs, knowledge and ways of doing things that have emerged from tradition or experience. 

SubscribeSubscribe and receive reading selections

LibrarySave all your favorite materials for future use

UploadUpload research & contribute to the collection

By browsing the Resource Centre you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our cookie policy.