We need to do better: Climate-related disasters and child protection in Southeast Asia

This joint report by the IFRC and the Global Child Protection Area of Responsibility offers a series of practical actions to improve the protection of children in Southeast Asia during climate-related disasters.

It is based on analysis from an online survey conducted with more than 33,000 children and young respondents aged 10-25 in the region, as well as stakeholder interviews with Red Cross Societies, NGOs and others, and existing research.

Learn more about the IFRC's work on climate-related disasters and protection.

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