Separated Children in an Emergency

Children affected by conflict, displacement, or a disaster are vulnerable to separation, injury, abuse, exploitation, and psychosocial stress... More >>


Preventing Separation

Relevant authorities and organizations should provide co-ordinated action to reduce separation and endeavour to keep children as close to their parents, relatives and community as possible...

Registration, Documentation and Tracing

Registration and documentation of separated and unaccompanied children are essential steps towards tracing and reunifying children with their families...

Emergency Care Arrangements

The priority for unaccompanied children in an emergency is to reunite them with their parents, family members, or relatives as quickly as possible, in order to provide them with care and protection...

Verification and Family Reunification

Separated and unaccompanied children are at a greater risk of abuse and exploitation, and are less likely to have their basic right to health, education, and psychosocial well-being met...