Inter-Agency Toolkit: Supporting the protection needs of child labourers in emergencies

The primary purpose of this guidance is to support child protection programme managers and advisors to: (1) set priorities, design strategies and implement activities to address and prioritize child labour interventions as a life-saving activity; (2) Coordinate with humanitarian, government and development actors across sectors to address child labour in emergencies as part of a systems strengthening approach to reach the most vulnerable children; (3) Strengthen situational analysis to improve the understanding of the present and future risks if there is no intervention; (4) Ensure no harm is done during emergency responses: Set priorities, design strategies and implement activities to do no harm and prevent child labour and its worst forms worsening.

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