Qualitative research for development – A guide for practitioners

Published: 2015/01/01
Author: Morten Skovdal and Flora Cornish, Save the Children Fund

A useful guide showing how practitioners can use qualitative research to improve practical programming.

Free download until 28 February 2017! http://dx.doi.org/10.3362/9781780448534 Thereafter contact Lucy@childprotectionforum.org

 

Child and Youth-Centred Accountability – A Guide for Involving Young People in Monitoring & Evaluating Child Protection Systems

Published: 2012/01/01
Author: Vanessa Currie and Cheryl Heykoop for International Institute for Child Rights and Development

Child-Centred Accountability and Protection Evaluation (CAPE) is a multi-institutional pilot project focused on assessing how the impact of child protection services and programs addressing sexual abuse and exploitation can be measured and evaluated from a child-centred perspective.

Outcome mapping – Building learning and reflection into development programs

Published: 2001/01/01
Author: Sarah Earl, Fred Carden & Terry Smutylo. Foreword by Michael Quinn Patton

How can we really measure the the impact of our programmes? This book helps practitioners identify and set realistic expectations and goals for outcome mapping.

Presentation by Patrick Onyango – Kampala workshop, 17-18 August, 2016

Published: 2016/08/01
Author: Patrick Onyango

A presentation on girl mothers in armed forces and groups and their children in Northern Uganda, Liberia and Sierra Leone – Participatory Action Research to assess and improve their situations.

Presentation by Eddy Walakira – Kampala workshop, 17-18 August, 2016

Published: 2016/08/01
Author: Eddy Walakira

This presentation looks at the results of a War Child Holland initiative in Northern Uganda around prevention of violence against children in a post war setting.

Presentation by Mike Wessells – Kampala workshop, 17-18 August 2016

Published: 2016/08/01
Author: Mike Wessells

Mike Wessells’ presentation at the Kampala workshop 17-18 August 2016 where he discusses questions about community driven child protection which keep him awake at night.

Presentation: Possibilities, Perils and Pitfalls of doing a CP-KAP

Published: 2014/03/01
Author: Dr Monica Ruiz-Casares

Dr Monica Ruiz-Casares’ presentation for the webinar “Research on a Shoestring” 17th March 2014.

Presentation: Puff adders, taxi lords and budgets from hell – an A-Z of research disasters

Published: 2014/03/01
Author: Dr. Lucie Cluver

Dr Lucie Cluver’s presentation from the webinar “Research in a shoestring” 17th March 2014

Community Child Protection Exchange Roadmap to ICASA 2013

Published: 2013/01/01
Author: Child Protection Forum

Use this roadmap to navigate ICASA and access the most relevant sessions, posters and other events concerning children, child protection, community action, child protection and health systems strengthening and HIV and AIDS.

Policy and programming resource guide for child protection systems strengthening in sub-Saharan Africa- a resource guide

Published: 2012/01/01
Author: Interagency working group on child protection systems in sub-Saharan Africa

This Resource Guide is intended to provide practical tools and resources for two related groups of stakeholder users: Country level policy and decision makers and international and country level partners who are providing technical assistance and/or funding aimed at system strengthening.

Plan Comparative Analysis of community based child protection mechanisms in Asia – Methodology report

Published: 2012/01/01
Author: Plan International

This report describes the methodology used by Plan for their comparative analysis of community based child protection mechanisms. The report includes the full set of tools used.

Supporting Young Carers: Programme guidelines for households in which young people are caring for other household members

Published: 2012/06/01
Author: REPSSI

The overall aims of the guidelines are to help young carers:

1.To feel more empowered (by the acquisition of new knowledge and skills) and less vulnerable in their role as young carers;

2.To feel more supported (by other individuals and groups) in their role as a young carer.

Child Protection Manual – National Training Curriculum, Republic of Uganda

Published: 2011/01/01
Author: Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation Uganda

The national training manual on child protection in Uganda which aims to ensure the harmonisation, standardisation and institutionalisation of Child Protection Training Materials in Uganda.

Anaylsis, Design and Planning Tool (ADAPT) for Child Protection

Published: 2011/01/01
Author: World Vision

The ADAPT for Child Protection is a toolkit produced by World Vision for its own programme staff. It has been specifically designed to help with the identification, prioritisation and root cause analysis of child protection issues.

It also helps with the identification and mapping of the systems that are in place to protect children. The toolkit is broken into two major parts.

The first part guides the reader through a national level child protection analysis.

The second part guides programme staff, local partners and other key stakeholders through a local level child protection analysis.

Please note that this is the first draft of ADAPT and it is due for a revision before the end of 2012.

Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care and Support – Facilitating community support structures: lessons learned from Uganda about community-based psychosocial and mental health interventions

Published: 2010/01/01
Author: REPSSI and TPO Uganda

Practical information about community-based psychosocial and mental health interventions in the aftermath of emergency situations. This learning is derived from the experiences of the Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation in Uganda (TPO) and REPSSI.

Advocacy through community engagement

Published: 2009/01/01
Author: Child Hope UK

The Child Advocacy Project is a collaborative approach to advocacy addressing access to children’s rights. Working in partnership, four partner organisations have developed strategies for improving access to health, housing and welfare rights of children and families affected by HIV and AIDS and other vulnerable children in South Africa.

The Journey of Life: Community Workshops to Support Children 2005

Published: 2005/01/01
Author: REPSSI

Building upon “The Journey of Life: A Community Workshop to Support Children,” this 2005 publication includes much of what is available in that earlier workshop manual but also includes a section for holding workshops with children.

The Journey of Life: A Community Workshop to Support Children 2004

Published: 2004/01/01
Author: REPSSI

This 2004 publication from the Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative, is a workshop designed to raise awareness of the problems and needs of children. It provides guidelines on how the community can find solutions. It was developed in southern and eastern Africa but has been used in a variety of settings. This 49-page booklet includes instructions for the facilitator(s) and concrete workshop planning tools.