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Results-Based Protection - Short
Transcript of Results-Based Protection - Short
Have you achieved results?
And how do you know?
Welcome to the forum where
together we will figure this out.
Using the Humanitarian Program Cycle
Evidence-informed programming is fundamental to results-based protection. Evaluation requires a diverse and multi-disciplinary approach to enable triangulation of data against the baseline protection analysis and to better attribute protective results.
A robust and comprehensive analysis is essential. It should start from the affected population's point of view, be context-specific, and disaggregate data to identify specific threats, vulnerabilities and capacities to understand and prioritize risk patterns in a detailed manner. This is the basis for problem-solving and making choices about how to reduce risk.
Challenge: How much information and analysis is enough to make decisions?
Building on protection analysis, program design articulates the desired outcomes in terms of reduced risk for the affected population. The causal logic for the intervention should express the pathways and milestones to change risk patterns to bring about the desired outcomes. Strategies often need to be multi-sectoral and multi-level and, therefore, maximize complementarity between actors.
Challenge: What are the challenges and opportunities to cultivate complementarity among various actors for the same desired outcome?
Linking back to the protection analysis and the underlying causal logic, continuous monitoring direct and indirect indicators -- as well as broader situation monitoring -- is essential to adapt programs during implementation and ensure progress towards desired outcomes. This allows all stakeholders to be well-informed of the fluidity of the environment and maintain collaboration towards a common goal.
Challenge: What combination of methods is needed for continuous monitoring? How does situation monitoring relate to program and protection monitoring?
Challenge: What combination of methods are needed to evaluate whether and how our intervention brought about the desired outcome?
Implementation, Situation Monitoring, & Adaptation
Evaluation & Learning