LEARN HOW TO PROTECT CHILDREN BETTER

With information on relevant research, handy fact sheets, community meet ups and webinars, this page will give you the tools to better protect children.

Research

Dr Kate McAlpine’s exploration of worldviews of people who protect children in Tanzania (2015). The research reveals the power of the Ujasiri mindset in priming people to do the right thing by children. Learn more here.

This research is derived from consultations with women, children and civil society about their experience of violence and their recommendations for action. Learn more here. 

This study seeks to understand Tanzanian adolescents’ response to adversity while they are either living on the streets or in a residential care facility. Read more here.

This paper examines the role that school may play in preventing vulnerable youth from becoming homeless “street children”, using data gathered in 2006 in Tanzania. Read more here. 

This document outlines the risks that compromise a child’s potential during all key phases of child development. Read the document here.

This papers intends to be a preliminary mapping of the child protection context in Tanzania, and specifically within schools. Read the paper here.

This report summarises the findings of a study conducted in Unga Ltd. Ward in January and February of 2015, with the purpose of seeking children’s perspectives on their childhood. Read the report here.

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Community Meet-Ups

We build connection and solidarity amongst Citizens 4 Change in both online and face-to-face environments.

Community meet-ups are opportunities to come together and to dialogue about how best to resolve the dilemmas that arise when protecting children from harm.

If you are located in Tanzania, Uganda or Kenya we are keen to support you to host community meet-ups. Please email kate@citizens4change.net to start a conversation about hosting a meet-up.

Fact Sheets

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These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

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These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

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Webinars

A webinar is an opportunity to connect and learn with others who are protecting children in their communities.

For more information on upcoming webinars and online events, view and follow our Eventbrite page.

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Community Meet-Ups

We build connection and solidarity amongst Citizens 4 Change in both online and face-to-face environments.

Community meet-ups are opportunities to come together and to dialogue about how best to resolve the dilemmas that arise when protecting children from harm.

If you are located in Tanzania, Uganda or Kenya we are keen to support you to host community meet-ups. Please email Njeri to start a conversation about hosting a meet-up.

Research

Dr Kate McApline’s exploration of worldviews of people who protect children in Tanzania (2015). This research reveals the power of the Ujasiri mindset in priming people to do the right thing by children. Learn more here.

This research is derived from consultations with women, children and civil society about their experience of violence and their recommendations for action. Learn more here.

This study seeks to understand Tanzanian adolescents’ response to adversity while they are either living on the streets or in a residential care facility. Read more here.

This paper examines the role that school may play in preventing vulnerable youth from becoming homeless “street children”, using data gathered in 2006 in Tanzania. Read more here.

This document outlines the risks that compromise a child’s potential during all key phases of child development. Read the document here.

This paper intends to be a preliminary mapping of the child protection context in Tanzania, and specifically within schools. Read the paper here.

This report summarises the findings of study conducted in Unga Ltd. Ward in January and February of 2015, with the purpose of seeking children’s perspectives on their childhood. Read the report here.

Explore more research

Webinars

A webinar is an opportunity to connect and learn with others who are protecting children in their communities.

For more information about upcoming webinars and online events, visit our Facebook page.

Fact Sheets

More information coming soon.

These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

More information coming soon.
More information coming soon.

These infographics are available for free in English and Swahili to view and download in PDF format:

More information coming soon.
More information coming soon.
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