CPMS  Implementation & Contextualisation Toolkit
CPMS Implementation & Contextualisation Toolkit
Easy-to-Use Guidance and Practical Tools for Working With the Standards

Implementation and Measurement

This toolkit will help Child Protection coordination groups and mechanisms, humanitarian agencies, and national and local actors to implement the CPMS within their country and region. It includes an enhanced set of indicators to measure the quality and impact of Child Protection responses on the ground.

CPMS Guide for Coordination Groups and Mechanisms

CPMS Guide for Coordination Groups and Mechanisms

A 20-page document providing Child Protection coordination groups with guidance on using and integrating the CPMS in humanitarian programmes. It includes many practical tips and focuses on three phases of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle: Response Planning, Resource Mobilization and Response Monitoring.

Key Steps for Implementing the CPMS

Key Steps for Implementing the CPMS

A one-page document reminding Child Protection practitioners of four key steps and their corresponding key actions for implementing the CPMS in their work.

Assessment Checklist

Assessment Checklist

A tool to help Child Protection coordination groups determine activities to implement the CPMS in their context, taking into account relevant previous work.

Assessment Checklist

Assessment Checklist

A 4-page guide for Child Protection coordination groups explaining how to use the Adherence Tool - Table of Indicators. It answers questions such as how to identify which standards to monitor and which to omit and whether the Adherence Tool is relevant to the situation. 

CPMS Adherence Tool

CPMS Adherence Tool - Table of Indicators (Spreadsheet)

Designed to help Child Protection coordination groups self-monitor the extent to which they are meeting targeted standards. It consists of an editable spreadsheet that includes the 28 standards and their indicators with type, target values and explanatory notes. A summary worksheet — the Adherence Tool — allows users to compile the standards and indicators they decided to monitor. 

CPMS Enhanced Table of Indicators (PDF)

CPMS Enhanced Table of Indicators (PDF)

An easy-to-navigate PDF that includes the 28 standards and their indicators with type, target values and explanatory notes plus suggested computation methods and data source examples.

CPMS Roll-Out Template and Checklist

CPMS Roll-Out Template and Checklist

A checklist and template to help organisations plan CPMS roll-out events.

Watch This 13-Minute Instructional Video
About How To Select and Contextualise Indicators

video

 

Contextualisation

Contextualising the CPMS — that is, adapting them to a given situation — is an optional but encouraged process that makes the standards more relevant, applicable and accessible to practitioners and organisations, as well as to children and communities themselves. Articulating the standards in a comprehensive and user-friendly language promotes common understanding. It also helps build a strong community of practitioners and policymakers.

Contextualising the CPMS

Contextualising the CPMS

A step-by-step summary guide to putting in place a process, usually in the form of a workshop, to debate, determine and agree on how global child protection standards are best adapted to a local situation.

Summary Example of a Contextualised CPMS Standard

Summary Example of a Contextualised CPMS Standard

A brief example showing what a contextualised standard looks like. It includes a description of how the standard was “translated” for the given context, realistic priority actions, key additional guidance, and the choice of indicators.

CPMS Contextualisation How-To Package

CPMS Contextualisation How-To Package

Contextualisation can be achieved using a variety of approaches. This package sets out a 3-day, national-level workshop. Developed for the CPMS 2012 edition but still relevant, it provides sessions plans, PPT presentations, handouts, and a detailed facilitator’s guide. When such a full-scale workshop is not feasible, the materials can be adapted to shorter exercises and offer guidance to doing that.

Watch This 5-Minute Contextualisation Video

video

 

Watch This 5-Minute Contextualisation Video

Institutionalising the CPMS means systematically integrating them within organisational strategies, policies, procedures, and practice. By making them an organisational requirement, institutionalisation supports the organisation’s staff, making sure that implementation is not an additional responsibility but part of their individual and organisational work. Institutionalisation can also reduce problems such as the proliferation of frameworks.

Institutionalising and Monitoring Application

Institutionalising and Monitoring Application

A 4-page overview of the institutionalisation process, including suggested activities for Child Protection coordination groups and humanitarian organisations at the national level.

CPMS Institutionalisation Checklist - Coordination Groups

CPMS Institutionalisation Checklist - Coordination Groups

This checklist is a self-assessment tool for Child Protection coordination groups. Based on a series of institutionalisation criteria, it allows them to identify areas where support is needed and track the overall use of the CPMS.

CPMS Institutionalisation Checklist - Coordination Groups

CPMS Institutionalisation Checklist – Organisations

This checklist is a self-assessment tool for humanitarian organisations. Based on a series of institutionalisation criteria, it allows them to identify areas where support is needed and track the overall use of the CPMS.

Obtenga recursos, ideas y consejos actualizados


 

Nuestra promesa: información útil, sin spam.