Lesotho and Children and young people
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Content from selected partners can be found by following the relevant links in the central panel below - or check out our editor's selection of the best sector specific information from other websites.
- The BLDS children & young people collection
- Search for the latest children & young people-related print documents on this country from the British Library for Development Studies collection
- Youth and adult learning and education in southern africa: overview of a five nation study
- J. Aitchison / Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2012
- Many countries in southern Africa are facing a critical and growing challenge – how to provide an education that meets the socio-economic needs of their bulging youth populations. Primary school drop-out rates remain high across...
- Youth and adult learning and education in Lesotho
- S.M. Setoi / Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2012
- Youth and ault education faces great challenges in Lesotho. It is firstly a big challenge to plan for youth and adult education when the country is struggling to get its conventional schooling system to function appropriately. There a...
- The role of the education sector in poviding care and support for orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho and Swaziland
- Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2013
- As the HIV epidemic continues to unfold across southern Africa, countries are still struggling to find effective means to address many of its negative impacts at individual, family and community levels. One of the most complicated cha...
- How effectively do National Plans of Action address the needs of the youngest orphans and vulnerable children?
- P. Engle / Bernard van Leer Foundation, 2008
- Political will is an important factor for overcoming obstacles to a second round of reforms in Vietnam...
- Harmonising child rights laws in Eastern and Southern Africa
- African Child Policy Forum, 2007
- This report reviews and analyses how far 19 Eastern and Southern African countries have gone in harmonising and implementing the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the African Charter on the Righ...
- Harmonisation of national laws with Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)-Country reviews
- African Child Policy Forum, 2007
- This is a regional examination of the extent of harmonisation of national laws relating to children under the umbrella of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). This report reviews and analyses how far countries in Eastern a...
- The impact of emergencies on women and children
- United Nations Children's Fund, 2007
- This Humanitarian Action Report 2007 outlines UNICEFs appeal for children and women in 33 emergencies around the world. In each country it looks at critical issues for children, key actions and achievements in 2006 and planned h...
- How can cash transfers support vulnerable children in Eastern and Southern Africa?
- S. Devereux; J. Marshall; J. MacAskill; L. Pelham / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2005
- This study reviews unconditional cash transfers in 15 countries of east and southern Africa. It examines four programmes in more depth, in Ethiopia, Lesotho, Mozambique and Zambia, with an emphasis on design issues such as cost-effect...
- Legality and prevalence of corporate punishment in East and Southern Africa
- Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, 2005
- This report reviews law and policy in relation to corporal punishment and deliberate humiliation of children in each state in East and Southern Africa. The paper assesses the human rights standards in the region, with particular atten...
- Violence against children in Eastern and Southern Africa
- F. Zuberi / United Nations Children's Fund, 2005
- This study provides an extensive picture of violence against children in Eastern and Southern Africa, providing regional and country specific information on national legal and policy frameworks and enforcements. It focuses on violence...