In response to the commitment to strengthen the evidence base for humanitarian practice and the prioritisation of Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) as a key area for research, World Vision and Columbia University, working with Save the Children, UNICEF and others, engaged in a three-year collaborative project to document the outcomes and impacts of CFS and develop capacity for rigorous evaluation. This report summarises the key learning from these studies and further documents lessons from the research process. An accompanying document provides tools and guidance developed through the course of the collaboration that are relevant to both impact evaluations and strong monitoring systems. Learn more
- Learn more about the inter-agency research project into Child Friendly Spaces.
- View an infographic summary of the findings.
- Check out our video resources from Child Friendly Space research in Nepal.
- Review our tools and guidance for monitoring and evaluating Child Friendly Spaces.
- Read reports from field studies in Iraq, Jordan, Ethiopia, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.