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Education & Child Protection in Emergencies: Joint rapid needs assessment, Rohingya refugee response

The report presents key findings from the assessment as well as recommendations for government and other actors. Child Protection-related findings include data on the risks and safety of Rohingya refugee children (including family separation), unaccompanied and separated children, violence against children, and child marriage and trafficking, among other concerns.

As of November 2017, there was insufficient Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) and Education in Emergencies (EiE) information available to identify needs and trends and to develop evidence-based prioritization. Cox’s Bazar Education Sector and Child Protection Sub-Sector partners conducted the Joint Rapid Education and Child Protection Need Assessment (JRNA) to identify the education and child protection needs in order to inform the evidence-base.

UNICEF, UN High Commissioner for Refugees
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