Evaluation of the UNICEF-supported specialized child protection case management response in Jordan
Evaluating the specialized and multi-sectoral child protection case management services for girls and boys
- Syrian children in Jordan face particular vulnerabilities, including large numbers of children in labour, married children, children experiencing violence in homes and schools, children with disabilities, and children in conflict with the law;
- Within the affected Syrian population, few are as vulnerable as unaccompanied and separated children (UASC);
- More generally, children in Jordan, Jordanian and non-Jordanian, face a range of risks – most notably violence against children, child labour and child marriage;
- The main purpose of this evaluation is both summative and formative, considering the need to evaluate at this juncture (1) how UNICEF-supported child protection case management has performed in addressing the needs of children at risk in Jordan over the period of 2013-2017 and (2) how to adjust child protection case management moving forward to respond to the reality of a protracted crisis.
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