MoHR Conducts Child Protection Case Management Training

Islamabad: The Ministry of Human Rights (MoHR), in collaboration with Unicef, conducted a three-day training on Child Protection Case Management and Referral System (CPCMRS) for relevant ICT stakeholders. The objective of the training was to understand child protection issues, the ICT Child Protection Act 2018, the rules of the law and the overall process involved in case management child protection and referral system. In addition, the activity aimed to develop an understanding on how to play an effective role in the child protection case management and referral system to prevent child maltreatment, protect children from abuse and rehabilitate these children.

During the opening ceremony, Daniela Luciani, Chief, Child Protection, UNICEF and Rabeea Hadi, Director General, Child Protection Institute, Ministry of Human Rights welcomed the participants and highlighted child protection issues and actions needed to address these issues through a collaborative mechanism by involving relevant stakeholders.

Daniela Luciani and Rabeea Hadi thanked resource persons from Oxford Policy Management for delivering training sessions and making the session interactive. They also thanked the participants for their active participation and participation in the discussions. At the end, certificates were awarded to the participants.

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