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Special training on child protection in emergency rescue was launched

Issuing time:2023-03-13 11:45Author:IACCR


On March 3, 2023, "Special Training on Child Protection in Emergency Rescue" directed by China Association for Disaster Prevention and hosted by Civil Engagement in Emergency Rescue of CADP and I You She community development center of Chengdu was held in YICANG International Community inter-help volunteer base, Chengdu.



This time we through the "online + offline" approach, 105 people from more than 50 institutions, such as social organizations, child protection agencies and voluntary service teams, from Sichuan, Chongqing, Ningxia, Jilin, Henan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi and Anhui, participated in the training.



Deputy Secretary-General of China Association for Disaster Prevention Mr.Zhang Guoyuan and President of Chengdu Minors Protection and Development Federation Mr.Lei Jian attended the opening ceremony of the training.


Experts from I You She community development center of Chengdu, School of Public Administration, Southwest Jiaotong University, Tiandu Disaster Reduction Social Work Center, IACCR, Wininlife and other relevant institutions were invited to explain the content of 2019 Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action in detail, including five sections: basic principles of child protection, risk standards of child protection, high quality standards of child protection response measures, inter-departmental standards of child protection, and formulation of appropriate action strategies for child protection, combined with domestic and international practical experience in child protection.


此次培训旨在加强应急救援行动中的儿童保护意识,提高社会工作人员、儿童保护从业人员、志愿者的专业化和精准化水平,普及《人道主义行动中儿童保护的最低标准》(2019 年版)使用方法。

This training aims to strengthen the awareness of child protection in emergency rescue operations, improve the specialization and precision level of social workers, child protection practitioners and volunteers, and popularize the use of 2019 Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.