Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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  Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS) is a web-based database for capturing, processing and managing child protection services in order to facilitate monitoring and evaluation of child protection interventions in Kenya, inform policy and evidence based decision making. CPIMS is a high-availability web-based database hosted by the Government ICT Authority, at the Government Data Center.
  CPIMS is a child-focused system designed to:
  • Facilitate monitoring and evaluation of child protection interventions in Kenya, inform policy and evidence based decision making.
  • Provide access to accurate, timely and reliable aggregate-level child protection data.
  • Facilitate record keeping and information management on individual cases of child protection.
  • Track vulnerable children longitudinally and geographically to ensure continuity of care and protection, including children in institutional care.
  • Facilitate appropriate information sharing between stakeholders and service providers in the best interest of the child.
  • Be flexible and extensible over time to cater for emerging needs in the children sector.
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  •  Children separated from or lack adult family guardians (e.g. abandoned, street living children, trafficked, lost, orphans without family care, children with parents in prison, child headed households)
  •  Children in residential institutions (statutory or charitable)
  • Children affected by VANE: Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation – (physical abuse, sexual exploitation, sexual assault, defilement, incest, emotional abuse, neglect, female genital mutilation and other retrogressive cultural practices)
  •  Those that Have experienced trauma emanating from emergency situations e.g. man-made and natural disasters
  •  Living in risky family settings e.g. drug and substance abuse in the family, previous history of abuse or harmful practices in family
  • Children in vulnerable families - living with chronically sick caregiver(s), or caregivers who are elderly or disabled to an extent that affects care of children
  •  Children in conflict with law, child offenders
  • Children with severe health or disability issues (disability (mental, physical, albinism), living with HIV/AIDS, drug user)
  • Child marriage, pregnancy, children who have given birth
  • Child labour (domestic, agricultural, industrial, fishing, mining, street work)
  •  Children out of school due to truancy or delinquency
  • Children subject to custody disputes, maintenance disputes, paternity disputes
  • Children in need of social assistance to fulfil legal rights – birth registration, medical insurance, inheritance
  • Services provided
  •  Rescue from harm and placement in place of safety
  •  Alternative family care (adoption, foster care, guardianship, kinship, kafaala)
  •  Family reintegration, reunification
  • Tracking and supporting children in conflict with law through the child justice system, legal and rehabilitation processes
  •  Arbitration
  •  Supervision (with or without court orders), parental bonds , written promise, joint parental agreements
  • Support services (counselling, family support)
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