A Theory of Change for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
The Theory of Change is in 8 parts:
- Overarching Theory of Change
- CAAFAG Theory of Change
- GBViE Theory of Change and Monitoring Framework
- MHPSS Theory of Change
- Mine Action Theory of Change and Monitoring Framework
- MRM Theory of Change
- PSEA Theory of Change and Monitoring Framework
- UASC Theory of Change and Monitoring Framework
The overarching ToC for CPHA brings together all seven workstreams the constitute the CPHA section at UNICEF Headquarters: CAAFAG, GBViE, MHPSS, Mine Action, MRM, PSEA, and UASC. The ToC is organised around three outcome pillars: First is Primary Prevention; secondly, Response and Prevention of Recurrence; and finally, the third pillar, which is about Strengthening of Child Protection Systems. The ToC is intended to enhance the evaluability of CPHA programmes and provide guidance for CP colleagues working at UNICEF Country Offices and Field Offices, as well as partners to plan, implement, monitor and improve child protection interventions in humanitarian settings around the world. The products may also be of interests to our donors and to host governments in the countries where we work since they help provide a better understanding of CPHA programming and the assumptions that this programming is based on.
The remaining parts describe a theory of change and monitoring framework across CAAFAG, GBViE, MHPSS, Mine Action, MRM, PSEA, and UASC.