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CVA and Child Protection: Summary of practice and evidence from Save the Children programmes

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Save the Children International

Save the Children conducted a global review of ten Country Offices and their programs in order to assess the impact that different forms of Cash and Vouchers Assistance (CVA) have on Child Protection (CP) outcomes, to identify evidence gaps and document best programmatic practices. This analysis has been conducted on three different types of programs:

  1. CVA programs with no complementary CP activities
  2. CVA programs with complementary CP activities (Cash +), where CP activities such as psychosocial support or case management were provided to some CVA recipients, but where CP outcomes were not the primary objective of the CVA intervention.
  3. CVA programs integrated with CP (i.e. CVA for Protection), where CVA was integrated into CP activities, with a primary CP objective.

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