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Child Protection Rapid Assessment Data Analysis Template
CHILD PROTECTION RAPID ASSESSMENT DATA ANALYSIS TEMPLATEKey questions Basic analysis Source(s) of data for this analysis 1) What child protection List of key protection issues arising for all 1. Key informants issues are arising children 2. FGD with Men because of the 1. Sexual Violence 3. FGD with women emergency/crisis? 2. Child Labour 4. FGD with Youths (Boys and Girls) 3. Child Pregnancy 5. FGD with children (Children Activities) 4. Sexual Abuse Details of these protection issues among others are contained in the official report of the team’s assessment2) Which locations and In addition to the findings about locations: How did you learn about these key protectionpopulation groups have List of key protection issues arising for concerns?been most severely boys and girls, separately; i. Key informantsaffected? List of key protection issues arising for ii. FGD with MenAtani; children by other desegregations (age, iii. FGD with womenChildren between the ages of iv. FGD with Youths (Boys and Girls) ethnicity, religion, disability, or other) v. FGD with children (Children8 and 18 comprising boys Activities)and girls. BOYS GIRLS Do you have any concerns that some of the Cultism: among boys Sexual Violence: on girls findings you are presenting is not correct? If so, between the ages of 12 between the age of 5 and which findings, and why? and 20 years in Atani. 18 years. They are mainly Their religion is mainly Christians. There are no major concerns on the findings Christianity. except for the fact that some of the source of Drug/Substance Abuse: Child Labour: on girls information (like FGD with women) showed some among boys between the between the ages of 8 and form of bias and conflict with divulging vital ages of 12 and 20 years 12 years. information. in Atani. Their religion is Note any significant variations in various groups’ mainly Christianity. Child Pregnancy: on girls perceptions of child protection issues. between the ages of 12 to There were variations across the groups sampled Child Labour: on boys between the ages of 8 to 18 years. especially on the perception of the children on 12 years. child protection issues. Notable is the issue of Cultism: among girls child labour where children feel it is their between the ages of 12 to obligation to obey instructions from their 20 years. parents/care givers; thus engaging in hawking and service delivery for money (e.g washing, fetching water and firewood for money. (According to them, this occurred mostly during the flood incidence). 1 ***The content of this CPRA Analysis template formed the basis for developing the detailed and official report for Atani community, Ogbaru LGA, Anambra State
2) What do we know Please provide any information that your What data are you using to provide your about the scale of assessment revealed about the scale of the analysis of the scale of the impact? How these protection protection concerns. It can be simple (e.g., reliable do you believe the data to be? concerns? “most children in a given town” or “a few children and families”) or more concrete (e.g., “613 There were no official / authoritative source ofThe scale of the protection concern children have been affected by x”). secondary data to show the impact of the childin Atani community was based on a protection issues. Thus the team based theirretrospective survey of the impact and scale on the opinions, expressionssampled groups. Their opinion Sexual Violence (rape) = 22.2% Sexual Abuse= 77.8% and comments of the sampled group.polls/voiced concerns weretriangulated to ensure that the Child pregnancy = 88.9%information were candid, thus Child marriage=55.6% Using the ethics, techniques and modalities of areflecting what happened during Child labour = 22.2% retrospective study in combination with the toolsand after the emergency (flood and resources obtained from the CPRA training/disaster). workshop. Details on the methodology andAfter triangulation, the key intricacies for reliability of our findings/protection issues and their scale information is contained in the comprehensive /are shown in the next column. detailed report of the team. 3) What are the existing Summarize the findings of the institutional care What data are you using to provide your resources and capacity analysis tool and the humanitarian analysis of the scale of the impact? How capacities of the child response capacity analysis tool. Comment upon reliable do you believe the data to be? protection system any community-based mechanisms that you and affected have heard about during the data collection. There was little secondary data source to communities? evaluate/ analyse the impact on this community.i. Orphanage: The major finding of the aforementioned tool is Thus the confidence on the reliability of the dataThe key existing resource and the fact that although some institutions exists in and findings of the team is the fact the scale iscapacity is presence of an the community, they may not be efficient in based on direct contact with the community andorphanage (Madonna Angels) in responding to child protection issues especially vulnerable children. The findings are reflections/Atani. They provide shelter and during emergencies. The same is applicable to representation of the opinions and concerns ofsome child care services to their humanitarian response capacity. Reasons the community through sampling techniques andaffected children. for this are reflected in the comprehensive report. ethical approach of the team.ii. Extended Family system:Based on observation and Worthy of comment in the community basedfindings, the community has an mechanism for addressing child protection issuesextended family system. Any is the use of Vigilante and youth membersmember of the extended family (leaders) to tackle cases of rape and sexualcapable can offer to help violence when reported. There is need foraffected children advocacy on Child protection issues; the dangers,iii. Vigilante and Age grade. impact and implications should be told to theiv. Primary Health Care centre leaders (elders), custodians of culture and other authorities 2 ***The content of this CPRA Analysis template formed the basis for developing the detailed and official report for Atani community, Ogbaru LGA, Anambra State
4) What are the priority Reading through the above analyses, and taking n/a (You can leave this box empty.) child protection gaps into account existing resources and capacities, that require additional what concerns are still not being addressed? assistance? A major key concern not addressed sufficiently is Non flexibility of the that of Health. Based on our findings, the community to adapt to community expressed deep concern on health change. issues that are affecting the community; The high Concealing and non- rate at which their children fall sick and the divulgence of vital inability to get prompt medical diagnosis and information by key treatment. persons/ groups in the Figuratively, there is deep concern on the rate of community (especially parasitic infections and sexually transmitted women/ mothers) diseases in the community. This was inferred from the information gotten across the sampled groups. Details of this are contained in the official/ comprehensive report of the assessment team. 3 ***The content of this CPRA Analysis template formed the basis for developing the detailed and official report for Atani community, Ogbaru LGA, Anambra State