BIC's Child Rights Campaign advocates for strengthening IFI policies and programs to better identify and address harm to children in the development process. The campaign also aims to open more space and opportunity for children and youth to participate in and influence the development process. As the World Bank and other IFIs have recognized, ending poverty must begin with children and ensuring their protection and inclusion in the development process is the only way for IFIs to achieve their goals.
Can a World Bank irrigation project in Nepal result in child labor?
How deeply can an agricultural project affect child rights?
How has a World Bank-funded roadway in Uganda affected young women and girls in the area?
Do marginalized children in Lesotho benefit from a World Bank funded education project?
Will a transport project in Bolivia implement lessons learned on preventing gender-based violence...
How have MDBs addressed sexual violence, abuse, and exploitation...
March 08, 2019
Addressing risks of Violence against Children and Child Sexual Abuse...
January 11, 2019
BIC and ARC publish Accountability Note on Uganda Transport Sector...
September 06, 2018
World Bank and the Government of Uganda continue with efforts to...
August 14, 2018
BIC’s Child Rights Newsletter
The Need for Child Impact Assessments: Case Study of IDA Funded Uzbekistan Rural Enterprise Support
The Impact of Involuntary Resettlement on Children: A Case Study of the International Development Association Funded Bujagali Hydro-Power Dam
Child Rights and the Country Partnership Framework
The Impact of the World Bank Funded Kamwenge-Kabarole Road Construction Project on Children
Failing to Assess Risks to Children: A Case Study on the Second National Water Development Project in Malawi
Report on Children’s Consultations on World Bank Safeguards
The CGPL Power Plant ‘Tata Mundra’, An Explorative Study of the Impact on Children