Through a joint Task Force on Measurement and Assessment co-convened with Save the Children on behalf of the Child Protection Working Group, the CPC Learning Network has identified a list of priority “hard to measure” issues—from psychosocial issues to violence in the home to gender-based violence. We are systematically reviewing the tools and methods currently available to measure these issues, highlighting where new tools are needed to advance the sector.
Measuring Violence Against Children in Humanitarian Settings: A Scoping Exercise of Methods and Tools
From May-December 2013, the Child Protection in Crisis (CPC) Network and Save the Children UK conducted a scoping exercise in order to examine two child protection issues considered “hard to measure” in humanitarian settings: sexual violence against children and violence within the household.
Examining Promising Practice for Young Survivors: An Integrated Review of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Programming in Liberia
The CPC Network Program Learning Group (PLG) in Liberia conducted an integrated review of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) programs in Liberia to examine the methods and outcomes of current SGBV prevention and response interventions, and to identify promising practices that can inform the development of future program and policy initiatives.
Methodologies and Tools for Measuring the Mental Health and Psychosocial Wellbeing of Children in Humanitarian Contexts
This report maps the current repertoire of tools and approaches available for measuring children's psychosocial wellbeing.
A Systematic Review of Prevalence Studies of Gender-Based Violence in Complex Emergencies
This article published in Trauma, Violence and Abuse provides a systematic review of published literature that represents attempts to quantify the magnitude of gender-based violence in emergency settings.