The Child Protection Policy Toolkit contains a comprehensive and extensive inventory of intellectual and cognitive abstracts to provide protection for children, including theoretical and standard projections that provide a comprehensive understanding and deep insight into all aspects of daily life, and its area of interaction with the surrounding conditions, and the roles of the human group surrounding it, including reasons and consequences that justify the concerns and needs of children, and other protectionist and preventive approaches to ensure that the structural roots of violence against children are addressed, it also provides the necessary response to alleviate the pain of those affected, within the operational process applications. The manual also contains rules of skill and behavior to ensure that they are properly applied, and prevents any surrounding risks that could violate the child and prevent him from reaching his natural needs, and respond in the event of an attack on the child and provide appropriate support in order to alleviate his pain.
- Field workers and workers in humanitarian organizations specialized in children and orphans.
- Child rights workers and all those involved in the same matter.
- Protect as much as possible and prevent abuse.
- Strengthening accountability and monitoring systems.
- Stand on an agreed and measurable basis with regard to the scope and quality of child protection services.
- Child protection issue.
- The purpose and objectives of implementing the child protection policy.
- Standard theoretical frameworks for child protection.
- Research on practical and applied issues of how to deal with orphans.
- The policy of OCF emerging from the Guide (Code of Conduct, Declaration of Commitment, Sponsor’s Rights, Instructions and Contractual Obligations).
- Recommendations and results.
- Women and motherhood and the close relationship between child protection and the protection of women.