Joint Participatory Child Protection Assessment with Rohingya Adolescents

In a context with limited service provision for and limited understanding of the needs of adolescent refugee girls and boys, the aim of this assessment was to enerate detailed, qualitative data on the perspectives of adolescent Rohingya children in order to inform inter-agency child protection programme design and implementation. The assessment focused on:
1. Main child protection risks affecting adolescents;
2. Knowledge, attitudes, and practices amongst adolescents when seeking help for child
protection concerns; and
3. Existing child protection services for adolescents

Published 2019-10-24

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