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Child Safeguarding TaskForce

Ensuring Children are safe and to have a safe space during learning

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The role of Migrant Learning Center Child Safeguarding Task Force will provide strategic direction and leadership to ensure (access to basic education, and create protective environment in schools for displaced children from Burma.) It describes the standards that each member is required to apply and monitor in order to ensure that any children who we come into contact with are respected and protected from abuse and sexual exploitation of any sort. The Migrant Learning Center Child Safeguarding Task Force set out to achieve

  • Uphold Do No Harm principle to ensure that all children accessing education and other services provided by the network is safe from all form violence and abuse.

  • Contribute to establish a safe learning environment to children through holistic preventive measures such as the development of child safeguarding policy, implementation of the policy, and regular monitoring and follow up of the policy implementation.

  • Establish Child Safeguarding Policy, Code of Conduct and reporting procedures in Migrant Education Working Group, contribute to the development TOR, sign TOR by top management level of Working Group members, develop and carry our monitoring plan with the working group

  • Each member must ensure that the Child Safeguarding Policy, Code of Conduct and reporting procedures are made widely available and promoted to children, teachers, parents, staff, representatives and other stakeholders.

  • Develop unified standards and practice on child safeguarding across stake holders working with MLCs in Tak Province.

  • Conduct a review of Child Safeguarding Policy implementation across all Migrant Learning Centers (MLCs) and work with members to continuously monitor Child Protection through a Compliance Action Plan.

  • Strengthen (standardize) accountability and transparency of both the recruitment process and contracts with teachers and education staff who work closely with children and youth. Develop minimum standards for recruitment across the stakeholder organizations and partners.

  • Apply critical analysis to ensure that we live up to our commitment to making working group members and partners safe for children by ensuring child safeguarding concerns are reported effectively in line with the policy, acting as a referral point.

  • Mapping of child protection service providers for children is completed by working group members in partner’s operational areas.

  • Collaborate across members should cases arise to establish a coordinated and holistic response

  • The members shall ensure that all safeguarding concerns/allegations are promptly and effectively investigated in a confidentiality manner, and must always act in the best interests of the children in any processes.

  • Lessons learnt from reported incidents across the network shall be used to develop safer practices when appropriate.

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Formal Agreement

On behalf of each member organization, we agree to participate to the fullest extent possible in order to achieve the goals of the MLC CP Taskforce



This Terms of Reference is effective from 1st August 2020 and continues until the 31st July 2021. The review will be within the end of the period.


Roles and Responsibilities

To be discussed with the Coordination Team for Displaced Children Education and Protection Network include: The advisory group is accountable for:

  • fostering collaboration

  • removing obstacles to the Network’s successful delivery, adoption and use

  • maintaining at all times the focus of the Network on the agreed scope, outcomes and benefits

  • monitoring and managing the factors outside the Network’s control that are critical to its success.


The membership of the advisory group will commit to:

  • attending all scheduled Network Group/Advisory Group meetings

  • wholeheartedly championing the network within and outside of work areas

  • sharing all communications and information across all Network/Advisory Group members.


All member organizations agree to keep any information regarding child protection cases confidential and ensure cases are reported to the relevant CP case management organization.

  • making timely decisions and taking action so as to not hold up the project

  • notifying members of the Network Group/Advisory Group, as soon as practical, if any matter arises which may be deemed to affect the development of the Network

  • attending all meetings and if necessary nominate a proxy.


Members of the advisory group will expect:

  • that each member will be provided with complete, accurate and meaningful information in a timely manner

  • to be given reasonable time to make key decisions

  • ▪ to be alerted to potential risks and issues that could impact the project, as they arise

  • open and honest discussions, without resort to any misleading assertions

  • ongoing ‘health checks’ to verify the overall status and ‘health’ of the network.

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