We conducted a rapid baseline assessment for the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative. The baseline assessed the current state of awareness of issues relating to Child Soldiers and gender-based violence in South Sudan amongst Civil Society and security sector organisations, in the context of the 2018 Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS).
We assisted Refugees International with conducting research for their 2018 advocacy report on Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and protection issues in South Sudan. This involved field visits to Protection of Civilians (POC) sites, as well as interviewing relevant humanitarian and development actors.
We are identifying requirements and possible options for the creation of a Social Support Fund - a joint funding mechanism between Government and non-Government stakeholders - to provide social protection to people in extreme poverty in Malawi, to support the Government's National Social Support Policy.
Led by the Columbia Group for Children in Adversity, we provided support to UNICEF to develop and implement guidance on strengthening child protection routine M&E systems.
Support to World Vision Ethiopia's child protection project information systems to monitor beneficiary and household data amongst three partners, using a synchronising database suitable for a low-connectivity environment.
Support for World Vision Cambodia's child protection project information systems to monitor beneficiary and household data which is collected via mobile devices and synchronised to an online database.