Child-Friendly Accountability Project

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The Child-Friendly Accountability Project is an evaluation-centered initiative that builds on previous IICRD experience in child-centred accountability, including the development as well as the application of monitoring assessment tools that review policies and programs from a child rights-based perspective.

In partnership with the ChildFund Alliance, IICRD’s Armel Oguniyi, Ilan Cerna-Turoff, Laura Wright, and Philip Cook will be exploring creative art and play-based participatory methods for engaging children, young people, and adults in a safe and secure online format given the ongoing pandemic. Using a range of both quantitative and qualitative tools, IICRD’s team will build upon and applying learnings from past partnerships to meaningfully and holistically keep with the focus of child protection systems in this project.

The use of contextual models including the Theory of Change (TOC) and an Ecological/Systems lens will inform the multi-faceted evaluation framework, and culminate in a final report in Spring 2021.

Stepping boldly into leading with children and youth to create a better future for us all.


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