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The Enhanced CPMS Indicators Table

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Organisation
The Alliance

Since their launch in 2012, the inter-agency Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) have significantly improved the quality and measurability of child protection work in humanitarian settings. The measurement framework of the CPMS was updated as part of the revision process that led to the development of the 2019 edition. This aims to better support child protection practitioners in continuing to generate, synthesise and build evidence to promote effective child protection interventions. The revision of the measurement framework has been achieved through the hard work of over 1,500 individuals from 60 agencies and 80 countries.

Many thanks go to Celina Jensen who led the process for agreeing upon and finalising these indicators on behalf of the Assessment, Measurement and Evidence Working Group of the Alliance.

Publication type
CPMS Standards
Topics
Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS)
Minimum Standards
Tags
Assessment, Measurement and Evidence Working Group
Child protection
Child Protection Minimum Standards
Indicators
Countries this relates to
All countries
Language of the materials
English