What to do if you come across children who are separated or reported missing
Prepared by: Global Protection Cluster, November 2013
This is a guide on what to do if you come across children who are separated or reported missing. A child is anyone under 18. For the purposes of this guidance, a separated child is any child who has lost their usual caregivers—e.g. their parents or whoever used to care for them. This includes children who are presumed to be orphans.