For the first time, InterAction is pleased to invite members of our broad community to participate in a contest to collect examples of results-based approaches to protection in practice!
Kumu is one easy-to-use online mapping tool that can help humanitarians navigate complexity. All that’s required is an internet connection.
This document provides a framework for assessment of submissions for the “RBP Good Practice Contest”. While these criteria are not exhaustive, they are intended to communicate the types of questions InterAction’s team will be asking themselves and reflecting on when reviewing submissions.
This trip is meant to build on the previous missions and will focus on the challenges of protection analysis and decision-making in an increasingly complex context. This mission supports the field-level component of InterAction’s SIDA-funded project, Strengthening Ways of Working for Protection Outcomes.
The Child Resilience Alliance (CRA) is a group of senior partners dedicated to children’s protection and well-being in adverse environments. The group, in September 2018, released a 4-section toolkit to support community-led approaches to addressing protection risks affecting children.
Saferworld has developed an approach that explains the principles underpinning community security interventions, and suggests practical implementation strategies that draw on our work and the work of a select number of agencies.
In April 2019, InterAction received generous support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) to develop a results-based evaluation framework for the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV). The evaluation framework will be targeted toward humanitarian practitioners in the field, H.Q.-level protection and GBV advisors, and any organization that states GBV prevention as a desired outcome.