The General Assembly of the Network met in March to adopt routine documents and to exchange about the latest developments. Members agreed on the need for exchange, research, and guidance on scaling up Barnahus nationally. In particular: information about how many locations and of which size are needed to service a population, ensuring quality services nation wide, and ensuring equitable services for remote, small, or marginalized communities. A first exchange was had on the role of Barnahus in relation to the influx of Ukrainians fleeing war, and whom may have been witnesses or victims of war crimes. Further exchanges for members are in the pipeline. The meeting additionally welcomed new members, and celebrated good news about progress from around the continent. Members adopted the routine reporting documents, and also a fundraising procedure which supports an ethical and sustainable approach to taking in and using funds from various sources.