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Technical Note on the Implementation of the UN Protocol on the Provision of Assistance to Victims of SEA (Ukrainian)

To support the roll out of the Protocol, UNICEF led the development of a technical note that provides guidance to support the Special Representatives of the Secretary General, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinators, the United Nations Country Teams and the Humanitarian Country Teams, PSEA coordinators and networks, PSEA focal points, gender-based violence and child protection sub-cluster coordinators, specialists and practitioners from other sectors in the area of victim assistance for women and children. The note is an inter-agency product that was developed with a technical reference group that included O/VRA, CDS/DMSPC, UNHCR, UNFPA, IOM and the IASC.

About the Technical Note:

  • This Technical Note is aligned with United Nations efforts to prevent and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse, as well as established inter-agency gender-based violence and child protection standards and guidance, and can be considered in all operational contexts, including in humanitarian, development and UN peace operations.  It is also aligned with the IASC priority on PSEA to scale up survivor-centered assistance, as outlined in the IASC PSEA Strategy and Acceleration Plan.
  • To track progress on the roll-out of the Protocol by HCs/HCTs and inter-agency PSEA coordinators and networks, indicators are integrated into the IASC PSEA global dashboard, which inter-agency PSEA coordinators in humanitarian response contexts are reporting against. 


  • Language: Ukrainian
  • Also available in: N/A
  • Theme: Survivor Centered Approach, Policies, Guidance & Codes of Conduct
  • Year of publication: N/A
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  • Size: 1,307.74 KB
  • Document:pdf
  • Country: Ukraine
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Sexual exploitation and abuse represents a catastrophic failure of protection. It brings harm to those whom we are mandated to protect.

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee is working to scale up protection from sexual exploitation and abuse across humanitarian response efforts. This website and global dashboard has been developed and managed through the support of UNICEF. It is dedicated to providing technical support and resources to practitioners, and to tracking inter-agency, collective progress across countries with a humanitarian response.