Ensure process of carrying out needs assessment includes direct consultations

Ensure process of carrying out needs assessment

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Ensure process of carrying out needs assessment includes direct consultations with girls and boys of different ages Ensure needs assessment teams include a child rights specialist Apply a rights-based approach to needs prioritization including referencing normative frameworks. Ensure mechanisms are in place to allow those groups traditionally marginalized from such processes have a meaningful voice in prioritizing needs, including children Ensure child rights-based considerations are reflected in each pillar of transitional results framework (TRF) and that the TRF promotes a multi-sectoral holistic response Ensure that TRF aims for sustainable results for children by focusing on not only immediate needs, but also on structural underlying and root causes of crises Ensure that TRF includes inclusive and gender-sensitive approaches, which involve a focus on those boys and girls who are at greatest risk and discriminated against Ensure that TRF promotes rights-based legal, policy, and institutional reform and articulates long-term goals in the interest of promoting long-term change for children Ensure budgets are allocated to support rights-based response to crisis-affected children Validation and Financing Findings and priorities validated and results published Coordination mechanisms and financing modalities proposed Donor meeting Start-up implementation capacity and activities launched Ensure validation process includes the active involvement of traditionally marginalized groups including children and adolescents Ensure child rights interests are represented at donor meetings and help inform financing decisions 26
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 Implementation Periodic monitoring and reporting against measurable performance indicators Communication strategy in support of monitoring Adjustment to plan and resource allocation as needed Ensure child rights indicators are incorporated into monitoring frameworks Ensure monitoring efforts are based on quantitative and qualitative methods and include direct consultations with boys and girls, including adolescents Ensure mechanisms are in place to allow children and youth to feedback to and provide input into monitoring Ensure child rights experts are part of monitoring and evaluation team 27
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 Tool 4. Problem Tree – A Tool to Visualize Causality Analysis Problem Tree – A Tool to Visualize Causality Analysis Problem trees are one example of a tool that can help visualize a causality analysis. They can be used by programme planners to inform the design phase of an intervention. The main objective of such an exercise is to identify the immediate, underlying and root causes of a problem or negative outcome for children. Once these are identified, programmers can prioritize which of these causes they will target in their intervention. Underlying causes can include for example shortfalls in
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  • Summer '16
  • Ramon Wawire
  • Child Rights

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