In situations of war, social or political conflicts, natural disasters, any abuse situation
(eg. sexual exploitation, illegal work), children remain the most vulnerable. This vulnerability is increased
in several countries, particularly in the poorest and emerging, where legislation on child protection and emergency measures
are generally insufficient or almost unavailable.
The same situation is observed concerning children protection facilities, for which the inadequacy or non existence
relies heavily on existing structural constraints at the government level (eg. Lack of public policies, insufficient
budget allocation, etc. ).
Faced with the growing of threats, climate change effects and inadequation of ressources available compared to the needs,
our priorities for intervention aim to find alternative strategies for
the protection of children and their families, including the increased involvement of civil society and the community itself.