What Works to Protect Children on the Move Rapid Evidence Assessment

This rapid evidence assessment (REA) aimed to answer three questions.

What interventions have been effective in ensuring the protection of children on the move?
What are the implementation factors that make these interventions effective or that hamper effectiveness (for example the context of the intervention, and specific design features such as who is targeted)?
What kinds of social welfare and child protection systems are linked to effective interventions?
This report provides an assessment of the reviewed literature and its key findings, and identifies gaps.

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