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In a three-year collaboration, World Vision International and Columbia University, now joined by UNICEF and Save the Children, are seeking to document the protective and restorative effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs), identify good practice in CFS design and implementation, and contribute to the development of better monitoring and evaluation tools for CFS programming.

Evaluation of Child Friendly Spaces Iraqi Field Study Report

In a three-year collaboration, World Vision International and Columbia University, joined by UNICEF and Save the Children, sought to document the protective and restorative effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs), identify good practice in their design and implementation, and contribute to the development of better monitoring and evaluation tools for programming. Facilitated through this research partnership, this study was conducted in Domiz Refugee Camp located in the Kurdistan…

Evaluation of Child Friendly Spaces: Iraq Field Study Report of a Save the Children Implemented CFS

Child Frontiers was commissioned by UNICEF Philippines in late 2014 to evaluate the relevance, protective and restorative effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of the child-friendly spaces (CFS) implemented as part of the emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda), which struck the Visayas region in November 2013. The timing of this formative evaluation, well over a year after the typhoon hit land, offers an important opportunity to reflect on the CFS approach and to analyse what…

Evaluation of UNICEF-supported Child-friendly Spaces in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) November 2013 - November 2014

World Vision International and Columbia University are conducting a series of structured evaluations of Child Friendly Space (CFS) interventions in various contexts, to document evidence of protective and restorative effectiveness and to identify good practice in design and implementation.

Evaluation of child-friendly spaces : Uganda Field Study Summary Report

Child friendly spaces (CFS) have become a widely used approach to protect and provide psychosocial support to children in emergencies. However, little evidence documents their outcomes and impacts. Recognizing this, the Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) of the Global Protection Cluster and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings have identified research in this area as a high priority.

Evaluation of Child Friendly Spaces

Child Friendly Spaces, one of Save the Children’s emergency interventions, provide children with protected environments in which they participate in organized activities to play, socialize, learn, and express themselves as they rebuild their lives. This handbook will guide Save the Children emergency response personnel and implementing partners in the rapid implementation of effective Child Friendly Spaces for children during and immediately after an emergency such as a natural disaster or…

Child Friendly Spaces in Emergencies: A Handbook for Save the Children Staff

Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) are used by humanitarian agencies as a means to promote protection and psychosocial wellbeing for children in emergency settings. World Vision International together with Columbia University conducted a series of studies to investigate the effectiveness of CFSs in various humanitarian contexts in order to document evidence of the positive effects they have in relation to child wellbeing and protection, to identify good practice in their design and implementation…

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces in IDP Camps in Eastern DRC: Goma Field Study Summary Report

Child Friendly Spaces, one of Save the Children’s emergency interventions, provide children with protected environments in which they participate in organized activities to play, socialize, learn, and express themselves during the recovery process after a disaster or other emergency. Such spaces also provide children’s parents or guardians with potentially valuable information through the usage of message boards, as well as providing them with the opportunity to have a safe space for their…

Child Friendly Spaces, one of Save the Children’s emergency interventions, provide children with protected environments in which they participate in organized activities to play, socialize, learn, and express themselves during the recovery process after a disaster or other emergency. Such spaces also provide children’s parents or guardians with potentially valuable information through the usage of message boards, as well as providing them with the opportunity to have a safe space for their…

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