Protecting Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Online Course

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is thrilled to announce that the Massive Open Online Course on “Protecting Children During COVID-19” is now open for enrollment! Register for a 6 week journey with experts from the Alliance and its members on learning how to adapt child protection programming during COVID-19!
What topics will we cover?
· How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting children, families and communities’ lives and the potential medium-long term impact of the pandemic
· What actions you can take to adapt ongoing child protection prevention and response programming to the context of COVID-19 pandemic in line with CRC and CPMS principles and standards
· How you can collaborate with other sectors to promote children’s protection and well-being in the context of COVID-19
· The experience of other child protection practitioners in a variety of contexts affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

This course is designed for child protection professionals around the world rising to the challenge of finding creative ways to continue to support the most vulnerable children, families, and communities in a new context of public health measures that span from physical distancing to lockdown measures.

This may include child protection advisors, coordinators, managers, officers, field managers of national and international NGOs, UN agencies, representatives of government institutions, and child and family focused members of the social service workforce.

Please note that this course is for practitioners with significant experience in child protection and child and family focused programming in development and/or humanitarian settings. It is not a comprehensive child protection or child protection in humanitarian action capacity building course.



 Online classes helps you stay engaged while staying home especially this time of COVID-19 Pandemic. Whether you always wanted to  sharpen Math Skills or develop new skills, you can find tutor  and enroll in the subject that you are struggling with.  

feed the children

Community Outreach Events are the foundation of Feed the Children and are where you actually see the impact of fundraising. There is no better way to fully experience Feed the Children than when our food, essentials and dignity boxes are in the hands of children and their families. Plus, we are able to reach more communities due to our numerous community partner relationships throughout the world.

You can impact the lives of families by sponsoring a full community event that goes to benefit the families in a specific area. Through your work with our Corporate Partner team, together, you can identify an area most in need and watch your donation be put to work. Contact your Corporate Partner representative for more information.


TOT On Online Child Protection Against Abuse and Exploitation

This E-learning Course is free of charge if you register or have already completed the TOT course below. It offers a Rights Based Approach to Child Programming

To effectively protect children from abuse, we believe that practitioners and care givers need to gain technological skills and online child protection related information to be confident and competent in recognizing possible child abuse and exploitation, and know how to respond to such cases, should they occur

Date: 4 Webinars via Zoom every Friday

Time: 11AM Format: The units including short video clips, case studies, and readings Award: Certificate of Achievement, Training Toolkit, Videos Clips, Course Presentations

Kids and teens signature program

Education gives your children the knowledge they need about different subjects, but does not necessarily equip them with essential life skills. At Joy Village, it focus on working with intentional parents, willing to invest in their children to build a transformed generation of individuals who are able to live abundantly.

Enroll this September 2020 for the Signature Program an experiential way to imparts knowledge in life skills for Joy Kids (4yrs to 12yrs) and Joy Teens (13yrs to 19yrs). The program will last for 24 weeks and during this time, the children will have virtual classes on peer education, fundamental life skills, experiential fun projects and interactions just to mention a few.

Any child between the age brackets of 4yrs to 19yrs. They are taught in appropriate age groups just like in their regular school.

teaching children/teenagers about money

Teaching Children/Teenagers about money

Children Finance Literacy(Money Lessons for Children) is a core Lifeskills especially in this day and age when children are growing up in a highly complex world.Whether children come from low backgrounds or more privileged ones, learning basic concepts  of moneylike smart spending, saving,making a budget   etc is core.The early years are the best in cultivating positive money habits and attitudes.Lessons learnt in the early years life.

Give your child/teen/young adult this valuable opportunity to learn about money with us.With the schools lock down. they have a good chance to engage in this core subject that is not part of normal school curriculum.


Intake happens weekly on Mondays.There is homework at the end of every class for more impact and to ensure the money conversations keep flowing even at home.

Sign them up today for the Monday class 


An introduction to digital literacy and skills

Another page online survey.We post links to different online surveys on children here.

Global index insights show that generations, with more media than older generations with some notable differences by age,mostly online videos like youtube and tik tok,making it  their top media to consume right now.Which according to JP Morgan is a permanent shift that has taken place across the industry from a linear platform to a digital platform. This can be seen in the increase in subscription and consumption of social media platforms for instance Facebook’s total use across its messaging services has increased by more than 50% in areas most affected by the virus. On Messenger and WhatsApp channels, voice and video calling more than doubled in the same timeframe. In Italy, for example, time spent across its app suite was up 70% since the outbreak, and group calling increased by 1,000% during the last month.

The increase in media consumption means that more children are being exposed to fake news, misinformation and disinformation through digital media platforms or through parents who consume it on their behalf, which has increased, for instance in April, 2020 Facebook flagged over 50 Million Fake COVID19 posts. Misinformation, disinformation and no information have an impact on not only mental health of children, but also long term view of the world around them.

Thus, the Mtoto News 2020 Growing Digital Report will focus on “COVID19 and Children Storytelling.” This rapid study aims at examining how the media has

Covered COVID19 stories on children
Messaging of information by mainstream/digital media platforms to target children.
Access to child friendly information by children
Impact of COVID19 stories on children

Keeping Children Safe 2020 Summit

Every five minutes, a child dies from violence. Every day, in every country, children are abused, beaten, raped and more. Too often, the abuser is someone the child knows and trusts. They may even work for an organisation that’s meant to help children. A sports club, school, aid organisation or peacekeeping force. But they abuse their power and the child’s trust.

Tragically, it is children in already desperate situations who are most at risk. It could be a refugee child fleeing conflict. A boy or girl living in poverty. A teenager living with a disability. Or a child from an ethnic minority facing stigma and discrimination.

Yes, it would be great to all meet up, but child safeguarding is too important to wait for the COVID-19 pandemic to go away.

So, whether you work for a not-for-profit, government department, a privately run company, or you are a donor, if you in any way work for or with children, then it is high time to start implementing globally recognised safeguarding standards that keep children safe from abuse.


A cozy night of family TV calls for some really great shows, and we’ve got them. Whether you’re looking for classic kids’ TV, educational series, or just something — anything — new to watch, our “best TV” lists are full of shows that will capture the whole family’s attention.


The Global Protection Cluster (GPC), its Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) Members including the Areas of Responsibility (AoRs) are organising with partners and field coordinators the GPC 2020 Global Protection Forum to discuss contemporary and emerging protection challenges, review the strategic direction of the cluster, and plan activities to be undertaken at field and global level for the year to come.

This annual meeting is also a forum where field cluster coordinators discuss the evolution of operational realities, facilitate knowledge and peer to peer exchange between cluster operations, and discuss cluster operational capacities required to respond to emerging needs and field demands.

The forum will provide opportunities for field coordinators, global and field operational partners, and key stakeholders to engage and exchange on a range of current thematic and technical protection related issues. Finally, the meeting is also an opportunity to showcase the work of the cluster to a wide range of partners and mobilize partnerships and resources.

The debates and exchanges of the Protection Forum will contribute to collective efforts under the GPC 2020-2024 Strategic Framework to support effective and predictable field coordination and delivery of life-saving protection services and outcomes.