Standard 1 - survival

High quality and availability of the response to primary needs constitute attributes to qualify any prevention and protection measure and/or strategy.

Indicators:   
•    Number of medical screenings or medical check-up administered to separated children, based on international standard and compared to national level/total estimated number of separated children  %.
•    Quantitative and qualitative assessment of the care services.


➢    See also Closing a Protection Gap Core Standard 1


Justifications of preventive and protective actions against trafficking and exploitation

In order to be effective, care services must meet proportionality and quality requirements , must guarantee the highest level of environmental health , and must be conceived in a child-centred and friendly way . Disregarding these structural and indefeasible characteristics will unavoidably lead to place separated children at risk of trafficking and exploitation, and to loose the ability to identify those who have already experienced trafficking and exploitation.

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