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Measuring Child Protection Outcomes in Senegal: A population-based survey in Kolda and Pikine Departments
This report presents the results of a population-based survey on child protection and well-being carried out between April and August 2016 in two departments of Senegal: Kolda and Pikine. The objective of this research was to develop and pilot a rigorous, population-based survey to monitor the performance and effectiveness of the child protection system at a decentralized level.
Research is underway in the DRC and Somalia to examine various methodologies used to monitor attacks on education in these conflict affected countries, measures to protect schools and their personnel, and ways to increase national capacity to monitor this violation of attacks on schools.
CPC Learning Network has partnered with the National Institute of Statistics in Cambodia to develop a set of methods and tools for establishing a nationally representative estimate of the number, distribution and basic characteristics of children outside of households.
This report also contains mapping and analysis of the national child protection system in Cameroon.
H.E. Hang Lina, Director of the National Institute of Statistics in Cambodia, presented the opening talk at a training in Cambodia on educating and mobilizing researchers on “Children Outside of Family Care”. The speech was delivered on June 17, 2015.
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.
Sealing the Past, Facing the Future: An Evaluation of a Program to Support the Reintegration of Girls and Young Women Formerly Associated with Armed Groups and Forces in Sierra Leone
Th is paper reports on an evaluation of a program in Sierra Leone that sought to support the community reintegration of young women and girls formerly associated with armed groups and forces.
This paper presents an evaluation of the long-term impact of microfinance programmes on Acehnese children during the post-tsunami recovery.
Columbia University, in collaboration with World Vision International, has evaluated the protective and restorative effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) and sought to identify good practice in their design and implementation across multiple emergency settings.
The Case for Population-Based Tracking of Outcomes for Children Toward a Public Health Approach in Child Protection System Strengthening
This paper suggests the value of tracking population-based outcomes for children as a key component of monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of a national child protection system and considers what indicators and outcomes are most appropriate for tracking at a population level.