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Harmonization of Indicators and Data Collection Mechanisms in Child Protection and Child Rights Promotion in Burkina Faso [French]
A multitude of indicators, tools, methodology, and modes of data dissemination have not been harmonized. The overall aim of this study is to strengthen the child protection system by strengthening the inter-ministerial mechanism for data collection, monitoring, and assessment of child protection standards in Burkina Faso.
This document gives an overview of CPC Learning network, including our Theory of Change, which illustrates and clarifies the specific contributions that the CPC Learning Network makes to the lives of children, families, and the child protection community worldwide.
This report also contains mapping and analysis of the national child protection system in Cameroon.
The Measuring Separation in Emergencies project aims to strengthen emergency response programming for unaccompanied and separated children through the development of practical, field-tested tools to enhance the assessment of the scale and nature of separation in emergencies.
Examining Child Protection Rapid Assessment: a Structured Review of Field Learning from the CPRA Toolkit
From May to September 2013, the Child Protection in Crisis (CPC) Network conducted a structured analysis of field learning regarding the Child Protection Rapid Assessment (CPRA) toolkit, in order to identify key findings, lessons learned, and recommendations for its future use and implementation.
These guidelines have been developed at an inter-agency level through the Child Protection Working Group to complement the agreed standard on Case Management in the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.