Vanuatu Women’s Center Poster on children’s right to be safe from violence
Toktok ya child seksual abius hemi toktok long lanwis blong inglis. Long buk ya yumi talem toktok ya long inglis, Bislama olsem seksual abius blong
A final report from the ‘Voices of Pacific children with disability: identifying the needs and priorities of children with disability in Vanuatu and Papua New
Summary of the 2015 UNICEF Pacific report, highlighting the high rates of violence against women and children in the region and the intergenerational cycle of
ON MY MIND THE STATE OF THE WORLD ’S CHILDREN 2021 Promoting, Protecting and caring for Children’s mental health
Psychosocial distress and poor mental health afflict far too many children– including millions who, each year, are forced from their homes, scarred by conflict and
This report presents speeches and proceedings from the 2015 Pacific Conference. It brought together high-level officials from 13 Pacific Island countries (PICs), as well as
A resource that lists the effects of child violence on adolescents, toddlers and teenagers in Bislama.
A document that highlights the responsibilities of Parents and Caregivers to Children so that they can grow healthy and happy. A resource in Bislama.
Poster showing different ways to help your children during difficult times, in Bislama
Poster showing some of the ways children may be experiencing or respond to disasters, in Bislama.
Poster in Bislama on the impact of domestic violence on children.
This paper details the results of a survey with 84 frontline welfare workers in seven Pacific countries. The results offer a snapshot of the context
To read the full report click here. Executive Summary This report is the first known study of child online protection (COP) in Vanuatu. While conducting this