WUCP has been providing protection programming for more than 10 years. Ongoing protection programs are currently being implemented in all regions of the world. Our Protection staff operates in a variety of emergency, conflict, and crisis settings, working with governments and NGO partners to create policy and programmatic changes to enhance the protection of vulnerable children. Our technical resources cover a range of sectors, including: conflict, post-conflict, and reconstruction settings; transitional settings; children in chronic crisis and acute emergency settings; child exploitation and exploitative child labor, and trafficking. Specifically, key target areas for protection programming includes: exploited children, children affected by fighting forces (CAFF) and other vulnerable children. Key interventions include psychosocial wellbeing, community networks for protection, education programs in emergencies, creating safe spaces, anti-trafficking programming, developing national protection policies and child welfare reform, community mobilization and child-to-child interventions.