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Fostering Local Partnerships in Remote Management and High-threat Settings: Emerging lessons from child protection programming in Syria

This study documents lessons from child protection activities focusing on psychosocial interventions in southern and central Syria. Partnerships with local actors are at the core of remote management arrangements, and are the only viable option to deliver child protection interventions in many parts of Syria. The study makes recommendations to international actors, both INGOs and donors, for providing adequate duty of care to Syrian partners, particularly around strengthening their capacities to better manage the multiple risks that they routinely face when delivering child protection services in conflict-affected areas, and providing predictable funding to cover security-related costs.

Sara Pavanello with Larissa Fast and Eva Svoboda
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