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Save the Children
The Child Protection Initiative (CPI) is an internal mechanism, created by Save the Children in 2009, to improve the quality and increase the scale of the organisation’s Child Protection programmes. One of the key elements to ensuring that Save the Children achieves its aims is the ability to measure the progress and the impact of its programmes on children’s lives.
The Menu of Outcome Indicators was developed by the Save the Children CPI M&E task group in close collaboration with priority area task groups. The individual menus include a set of tested indicators that have been used not only by Save the Children, but also by other like-minded organisations, such as World Vision, International Organization for Migration (IOM), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), as well as various government and donor agencies. They are designed to support the development M&E systems and mainstream Save the Children’s child protection work both at project and strategic levels.