The CPC Learning Network translates the knowledge about effective programs and policies for children and families into guidance for practitioners and policymakers that is accessible, practical, and action-oriented. Guidance concerning community-based child protection mechanisms enables government representatives, NGO workers, and researchers to engage more meaningfully with local networks and groups to protect children and strengthen families.
The aim of this note is to outline some ways of engaging with CBCPMs, especially within the education sector. This note is based on the findings of two studies of CBCPMs and their linkages to the education sector in two protracted refugee settings in Uganda and Rwanda.
This report presents research to systematically learn about existing CBCPMs in Kenya and their linkages with formal, government led aspects of the wider child protection system. This research was conducted in 2011-2013 in Mombasa and Kilifi in the Coast area, and Kisii in Nyanza area.
The purpose of this research is to learn about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms in two urban slums in Mombasa, Kenya.
The purpose of this research is to learn about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms (CBCPMs) in two refugee camps in Rwanda – Gihembe and Kiziba.
The purpose of the study reported here was to learn about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms in three urban refugee communities in Kampala, Uganda.
This research took a bottom-up approach in examining existing Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) in Arua and Nebbi districts in Uganda.
This guidance is a product of discussions on lessons learned from the research conducted on community-based child protection mechanisms. It compiles insights from the three days of reflection, dialogue and consensus building.
This study set out to identify and systematically learn about the functioning of existing community-based child protection mechanisms in Aceh, Indonesia.
This research utilized community mapping to explore local perceptions and experiences of child protection. Data were collected in five sites each in Montserrado and Nimba counties in Liberia.
The purpose of this research was to learn about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms in two mostly rural sites in the Kisii/Nyamira area of Kenya.
The purpose of this research was to learn about community-based child protection processes and mechanisms in two rural areas of Kilifi, Kenya.
Starting in 2012, the Inter-Agency Learning Initiative on Strengthening Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms and Child Protection Systems established a community-owned and driven intervention to reduce teenage pregnancy in the Moyamba and Bombali Districts in Sierra Leone.