Cambodia: Monitoring & Evaluation stands for children’s human rights

The evaluation of the Government of Cambodia's Action Plan 2017-2021 for human rights begins

Cambodia: Monitoring & Evaluation stands for children’s human rights

The business unit Monitoring & Evaluation was awarded the evaluation of Cambodia's 2017-2021 Action Plan, recently approved by the government, to strengthen the National Child Protection System and prevent violence against children. 

In accordance with UNICEF's procedures and ethical standards, the project, which will end next February, aims at providing an independent participatory evaluation focused on the use of the results of the Plan, aspiring to facilitate its implementation and generate valuable knowledge useful for the definition of the next Action Plan 2022-2026.

The activity, in line with five of the UN's sustainable development objectives, mainly consists of three phases, in which the team of experts will be responsible for the design of the assessment, data collection, including an onsite mission to conduct interviews and focus groups, and the final summary. Fundamental will be the approach adopted, based on the Theory of Change (ToC), with the aim of understanding if and to what extent the Plan contributes to positive change processes for children in the country.