Title The Lost Ones: Emergency Care and Family Tracing for Separates Children From Birth to Five Years
Publisher UN Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Author International Rescue Committee (for UNICEF); Marie de la Soudière; Jan Williamson; Jacqueline Botte
Publication Date April 2007
Topics Children's rights | Children-at-risk | Family reunification | Right to family life | Unaccompanied / Separated children
Cite as UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), The Lost Ones: Emergency Care and Family Tracing for Separates Children From Birth to Five Years, April 2007, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/468e2f632.html [accessed 23 August 2014]
Comments This is a working document. It was prepared by Marie de la Soudière, Jan Williamson and Jacqueline Botte, under the supervision of Marie de la Soudière, formerly Director and Special Advisor, Child and Youth Protection and Development Unit, International Rescue Committee. The paper was commissioned and revised by Jean-Claude Legrand, Manuel Fontaine and Rebecca Symington of UNICEF. The advice and recommendations come from experience acquired in a variety of emergency settings in Asia, Africa and Europe, including Aceh, Albania, Bosnia and Herzogovina, Burundi, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Kosovo, Liberia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Thailand, Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania, among others.