Fostering Local Partnerships in Remote Management and High-Threat Settings: Emerging lessons from child protection programming in Syria

Partnerships with local stakeholders are a core part of remote management of child protection efforts. In large parts of Syria, these partnerships constitute the only viable option to deliver sustainable child protection services. 

This study presents lessons learned from child protection activities focusing on psychosocial interventions in Syria. Since 2014, these interventions have been carried out through a partnership between an international non-governmental organization and a network of Syrian organizations, using remote management modalities.

Published 2020-02-28

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