Action Against Hunger: Integrating Protection

As the humanitarian community recognizes the importance of the Centrality of Protection, there are emerging efforts underway by organizations seeking to better implement programs to achieve protection outcomes. Recently, Action Against Hunger implemented a new program, Protection Integration in Nutrition Security (PiiS), in order to foster an integrated approach to their programming, with a focus on both protection and nutrition. The program strives to increase communication between the protection and nutrition sectors, as well as provide a set of tools and resources for integrating protection into the nutrition work stream.

Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review

The monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning is an emergent field. Although there is a growing body of literature on adaptive programming more generally, there is a limited knowledge base on the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning interventions and their impacts. Unlike other implementation strategies or program management approaches, there are no standard metrics or monitoring and evaluation frameworks to track the integration, implementation, and effectiveness of adaptive learning in health programming. As a result, USAID has released a landscape review on measuring and monitoring adaptive learning.

The Logic of Protection Approaches: Four Models to Safeguard Civilians from Harm

In June 2022, the Global Public Policy Institute published a report, “The Logic of Protection Approaches: Four Models to Safeguard Civilians from Harm,” which examined the treatment of civilians by armed actors. The report provides four protection-based approaches to influence how armed actors interact with civilians and the community. Each section is broken down to explain the logic behind the approach, the impact it can have on the armed actors’ behaviors, and how the approach can backfire. The four approaches discussed are (1) “naming and shaming” armed actors (2) mobilizing influencers (3) capacitating communities and (4) training armed actors.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action: Quality Assessment Framework

The Quality Assessment Framework (QAF) (field testing version) is a tool developed to enable Child Protection actors to meet the quality and monitoring requirements of operating a case management system in humanitarian contexts. Quality assessments help ensure case management activities are carried out following agreed upon processes and result in quality outputs and outcomes. The framework focuses on HOW the activity is implement, rather than WHAT activities should be done to achieve a specific result.


There is growing recognition of the impact climate change is continuing to have on communities already living in situations of armed conflict. Impacts of climate change including changing weather patterns, intensified natural hazards, and shifts in land use and livelihoods opportunities can all contribute to, or otherwise affect, protection risks. Protection actors are working to develop a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities to address these issues. This Roundtable hopes to add to that understanding by identifying key themes related to climate change and Results-Based Protection, bringing together field practitioners to share experience, and highlighting existing good practice.

CVA and Child Protection: Summary of Practice and Evidence from Save the Children Programs

Save the Children has released a report reviewing ten of its programs to assess the effects that CVA has on CP outcomes, identify evidence gaps, and document best programmatic practices for learning.

Primary Prevention Framework: For Child Protection in Humanitarian

In January 2022, the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (ACPHA) and USAID published a Primary Prevention Framework for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action. The guiding principles of the framework echo many of the principles of Results-Based Protection, including the focus on prevention as well as the importance of context-specific protection risk analysis.