Tool 33 of The Child Care Toolkit for Emergency and Post Emergency Response (ACE Toolkit) is an example Care Plan for Children Separated from their Primary Caregivers. For each child in alternative care, an initial care plan should be developed as quickly as possible by the child’s case worker and looked over at fixed times. These reviews should determine if the child can and should remain in the placement until family reunification or as a durable long-term option, or if the child needs to be moved to a more suitable care arrangement.The Care Plan form has been developed by Katherine Williamson, International Rescue Committee (IRC) in the context of the Haiti disaster in 2010. Tool 32 is part of the tools and guidance in the ACE Toolkit designed to facilitate the process of planning for and implementing interim care and related services for children separated from or unable to live with their families during an emergency. The Toolkit includes the following 3 resources:Summary Guidance, Extended Guidance, and a range of tools to assist in the implementation of quality care.