New publication – Defining Success: Developing Locally Meaningful Indicators for Child-centered Psychosocial Programming in Uganda
(Child Protection in Crisis)
How can we measure the impact of community-based psychosocial programs on the sustained well-being of children and families? This question was addressed by the Child Protection in Crisis Learning Network through its 2010 ethnographic study in Uganda. Interviews were conducted with 320 children and 150 parents in four districts, in both rural and urban settings. The collected information was used to develop core indicators of children’s psychosocial well-being.
The full report is available here.