The Cash Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Organizational Network (CAMEALEON) carried out an analysis of the MPC program to assess how it impacted protection outcomes.
In March 2015, the Results-Based Protection Program visited Lebanon to look at program design and how key characteristics of the design phase of a protection response contribute to protection outcomes.
The field consultation in Lebanon provided a practical opportunity for the Results-Based Protection
Program to explore the critical components of program design that support a results-based approach to protection.
Throughout May and June 2015, the InterAction Results-Based Protection Program carried out several interviews, hosted an online discussion forum, and held a series of webinars with guest speakers on the development of protection strategies across different contexts.
In times of intense conflict and pervasive violence, how do civilians cope? The Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC), hosted a webinar to discuss its most recent report, “Waiting for No One: Civilian Survival Strategies in Syria,” which details coping strategies used by Syrian civilians during the brutal civil war to ensure their own safety and assist others.
The GBV PEF is a set of guiding approaches aimed at helping practitioners make better decisions in their analysis, program design, and measurement such that GBV prevention outcomes can ultimately be evaluated. It has been built on the foundation of the Results-Based Protection framework developed by InterAction and endorsed by a broad set of humanitarian actors, including international non-governmental organizations, ICRC, and international organizations.