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Child Protection Rapid Needs Assessment (CPRA) Toolkit. Information Sheet January 2012. Child Protection Rapid Needs Assessment.

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Child Protection Rapid Needs Assessment

On WWW.CPWG.NET, you will only find part 1 of the toolkit (the guide). To get access to the other components of the toolkit, contact Elaine Jepsebat ejepsen@unicef.org.

If you have not been previously trained on the CPRA, a short briefing (either in person or over the phone/skype) is a prerequisite for getting access to the rest of the toolkit.

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Child Protection Rapid Needs Assessment

Before doing anything else, please download the guide and read it through.

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Background

What the CPRA is and what it is not?

CPRA provides:

CPRA is NOT:

a snapshot of urgent child protection related needs

a comprehensive assessment or a surveillance mechanism

urgently required, “good enough” information for programming and advocacy purposes

a tool to produce information that is generaliz-able to the entire population

a stepping-stone for a more comprehensive needs assessments

meant to inform long-term programming

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Background

What does the toolkit provide?

  • A series of model tools that can easily be adapted to new contexts and used;
  • Advice on how to plan and implement a rapid assessment;
  • A tool that greatly facilitates data entry and analysis .
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Introduction to the toolkit

Components of the CPRA toolkit

Short Guide to CPRA

Sample Tools

Data Management Tool

Coordination and planning

Sampling

Data collection teams

Analysis and interpretation

Report writing

Key Informant Interview

Direct Observation

Desk Review

Site Report

Data entry

Frequency analysis

Graphs

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Introduction to the toolkit

Technical Considerations

    • Sampling: preferred sampling method in rapid assessments is “purposive” sampling;
    • Unit of Measurement: preferred unit of measurement for CPRA is “community”;
  • Site Report:Site report is an integral part of the methodology used in CPRA toolkit. Each site will produce a single report that reflects all the data collected in that specific site.
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Child Protection Rapid Needs Assessment

Lessons Learned

  • Steps should be followed: In many of the instances that the tool has been used, the steps outlined in the guide are not followed;
  • No Picking and Choosing: Often times, only the Key Informant Interview questionnaires is used and the rest of the tool is dismissed;
  • Common methodological mistakes:
  • - No sampling strategy is used;
  • - Unit of measurement is not defined and used;
  • - The KI tool is used for FGDs and to interview children;
  • - Group interviews are mistaken for FGDs;
  • - Children are interviewed using the CPRA tool;
  • - Too much data is collected and site reports are not used to minimize the data-entry burden.