The Care and Protection of Children (CPC) Learning Network and the World Bank are partnering to address the specific needs of children in World Bank operations. CPC is providing technical support until December 2024, as the Bank adapts Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA)/ Sexual Harassment (SH) risk management measures to better meet the needs of diverse children.
The materials contained on this page have been produced by child protection experts working for CPC. They are based on research, evidence, and experience in implementing SEA/SH mitigation and response actions at country level. They are provided in unbranded and editable format, so they can be easily adapted for your specific project and context. This page will be updated and new tools will be added as they are developed. For questions or suggestions related to these materials, please contact Hannah Thompson (Senior Child Protection Consultant seconded to the World Bank OPSIS GBV Team) at email@example.com.
This tip sheet provides six concrete actions that World Bank operations can consider when adapting SEA/SH risk management measures to address the needs of diverse children.