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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.
Counting Children Outside of Family Care in Cambodia
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.
I’m Here: Adolescent Girls in Emergencies – Approach and Tools for Improved Response
This report from the Women's Refugee Commission outlines an operational approach and recommendations that can help humanitarian sectors be more accountable to adolescent girls from the start of an emergency.
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.
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.
Developing Culturally Relevant Indicators of Reintegration for Girls, Formerly Associated with Armed Groups, in Sierra Leone Using a Participative Ranking Methodology
This article describes a participative ranking methodology for identifying local understanding of reintegration and adjustment of potential value in program planning and evaluation.
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.
In Need of Protection: Addressing Sexual Assault Against Women and Girls Associated with the Collection of Firewood in Refugee Camps in Sub Saharan Africa
This paper aims to identify successful strategies that have been implemented to prevent sexual assault associated with the collection of firewood.
Do No Harm: Toward Contextually Appropriate Psychosocial Support in International Emergencies
This paper outlines key issues and widespread violations of the “do no harm” imperative in emergency contexts.
Defining Best Practice in Care and Protection of Children in Crisis-Affected Settings: A Delphi Study
The article features the findings from a 3-phase Delphi consultation featuring thirty specialists in humanitarian work supporting the care and protection of children in crisis settings.