Children in Adverse Situations Indicators and Survey Tools


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Author(s): Hellen, Jacqueline; Parker, Lisa

Year: 2019

Children in Adverse Situations Indicators and Survey Tools Abstract:

Household surveys provide useful data on the vulnerabilities faced by children in the general population, but often miss children who may be exposed to extreme adversity, such as children of female sex workers, street children, and children working in mines. Globally, data on these populations are limited.

The Children in Adverse Situations Indicators and Survey Tools help countries or organizations assess and strengthen their information base on well-being outcomes of children of female sex workers, street children, and children working in mines. We have developed a holistic set of standard outcome indicators and corresponding survey tools deemed essential to expand the evidence base of these invisible children, to better understand their needs.

The collection is also available online at www.measureevaluation.org/our-work/ovc/children-in-adverse-situations-indicators-and-survey-tools/children-in-adverse-situations-survey-tools

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