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Pacific Child by Mind Map: Pacific Child

1. Effects of social media on child behaviors

2. Child is not interested with what’s happening in school

3. Not made aware of risks and hazards and how to be safe

4. Child doesn’t feel safe in school

5. Children cannot go to school by boat on bad weather

6. Not ready for school

7. Starts school late

8. Religious Group

9. Health Center

10. TBA

11. Youth cannot join activities if not in the same church group

12. Church has monthly gathering – opportunity for advocacy

13. Children stigmatized/ discriminated if Parents are PLHIV, etc.

14. Health workers cannot visit villages because of transport challenges (boat)

15. Geographic Isolation (many implications)

16. School

17. Not protected - abused

18. School is not teaching life skills or not good standard

19. Adolescent drop out

20. Lack of opportunities, adolescents out of school

21. Children don’t go to school but sell roti parcels in CBDs or roadside

22. Schools also use physical means to keep students “in-line”

23. Child doesn’t have access to water/toilets in school

24. Child does not have access to Early Childhood Care and Education

25. Cost of Education (actual)

26. No Toilets

27. No Dignity

28. No soap to wash hands

29. No safe water

30. Institutions

31. Urban settlements

32. Referral systems for child vicitms of violence support by Govenment

33. Child-friendly spaces

34. Family bonding via child...

35. Traditional resolution of conflict imposed on child (girls)

36. Village

37. Grouping Area

38. Traditional Meeting Place/Hall

39. Not safe

40. Can't play

41. Community accepts beating – Keep harmony

42. Cultural taboos, social norms prevents victims from reporting incidents of child abuse

43. Harmful social norms – Gender roles/culture of violence, etc

44. Practices harmful to children

45. Community

46. Child is malnourished

47. Child is not vaccinated

48. Not breastfed

49. Child is beaten

50. Sexually abused but not reported/ helped

51. Child is not healthy/active Always sick (diarrhea, etc.)

52. NCD’s

53. Motherless due to birth complications

54. No confidence in the future

55. Not going to school

56. Child is affected by disasters

57. Developmental delays

58. Child has special needs not met

59. Not registered (birth registration)

60. Child is vulnerable to poverty

61. Child dies/does not survive

62. Lack of stimulation

63. Lack of general self-awareness

64. No voice

65. Adolescent child gets pregnant/sex

66. Child/adolescent does not make good “life” decisions

67. Parents

68. Grandparents

69. Family

70. Aunts/Uncles

71. Some Community Caregivers

72. Mother’s poor health and health care during pregnancy and/or birth delivery complications

73. Parents don’t know consequences of beating

74. Parents not aware of adolescent’s brain/physical development stages

75. Do not know the importance of vaccination

76. Lack/no awareness of birth registration process (Accessibility issues)

77. No knowledge on how/where to get help/support

78. Parents lack the means (knowledge/ finance)

79. Child sells him/herself for the family she/he is staying with, to earn

80. Not aware of risks and hazards and how to address them

81. Family has no toilet

82. No proper food

83. Rearing practices

84. Selling children

85. Language constraints

86. Subnational level

87. Institution

88. Not clear on their roles/responsibilities

89. Don’t always have $$ to bring about change at community level

90. Poor implementation of laws and policies for children

91. NGOs in selected areas

92. Develop right policies

93. Lack of coordination at national and provincial level (Planning, monitor)

94. National level

95. Low

96. Child has no legal protection against violence, abuse, exploitation

97. Police lack capacity to handle child/ren as victims, witnesses &/or offenders

98. Political Instability

99. No Social Protection Provision

100. No program on risk reduction

101. Week (economic policy) enabling environment for adolescents

102. Inadequate systems and services – not accessible… (health/protection/ education)

103. Inadequate Government expe for social services

104. No laws/policies on birth registration

105. Weak systems in place

106. Government lacks capacity to deliver social services

107. No $$ at national level

108. Regional level

109. No common vision for priorities

110. Weak regional platform for South-south collaboration

111. Difficulty in mainstreaming regional frameworks

112. MSG, PIFs, PIDF etc. lack comprehension on implications in not investing in the child/ren subnational/national/regional

113. Children have no information about what is being done for them on this level

114. Lots of Pacific meetings, workshops, “regional” declarations, commitments, “Priorities”, strategies, frameworks…not many getcarried out at national level. So very little impact on real change for children of the Pacific