Indicators

Global cluster Code Sub-domain Title Description / Rationale
Protection P-13 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting living in hazardous areas

Hazardous areas are those which are prone to flooding, earthquake, fires etc

Protection P-14 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting hazardous items in their area that can result in death or injury

Hazardous items are debris/rubbel; for more specific indicators on mines/landmines/UxOs see the Mine action indicators

Protection P-15 (P) Protection Percentage of communities that indicate deliberate exclusion from services for a specific group (i.e. children, disabled, minority groups)
Protection P-2 (P) Protection Percentage [or number of] community assets (bridge, school, hospital, place of worship etc.) being attacked

This can be an absolute figure instead of a percentage if the total number of assets is not available

Protection P-3 (P) Protection Number of persons reported disappeared/abducted / missing [broken down by geographical area]
Protection P-4 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting persons being arbitrarily detained
Protection P-5 (P) Protection Percentage of persons being arbitrarily detained who are receiving legal assistance/advice
Protection P-6 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting persons being forcibly recruited into armed group/forces
Protection P-7 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting cases of organized violence, torture, or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment

It should be discussed at the coutry level whether and how appropriate it is to report on torture etc.

Protection P-8 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting cases of survivors of organized violence, torture, inhuman and/or degrading treatment receiving assistance

Assistance could be psychosocial support, legal assistance, material assistance

Protection P-9 (P) Protection Percentage of communities reporting survivors of trafficking for exploitation (labour or sex) receiving assistance
Protection P1-PC1-1 PC11 Case Management Percentage of care plans for individual children developed within two weeks of the opening of the child's care plan

This includes case management for cases of physical violence and other harmful practices(MS 8), psychosocial distress and mental disorders (MS 10), sexual violence (MS 9), children formerly associated with armed forces or armed groups (MS 11), worst forms of child labour (MS 12), separation and unaccompaniment (MS 13), justice for children (MS 14)

Protection P1-PC1-2 PC11 Case Management Percentage of targeted communities with a functioning referral system for children at the community level
Protection P1-PC2-1 PC10 Excluded Children Percentage of identified excluded children who are accessing protection services
Protection P1-PC2-3 PC2 Physical violence and other harmful practices Percentage of surveyed community members who are able to articulate strategies to prevent physical violence and other harmful practices
Protection P1-PC3-1 PC3 Sexual violence Percentage of surveyed communities that indicate a change in the incidence of sexual violence against children since [DATE-EMERGENCY-ETC]

The date to be used for this baseline indicator needs to be determined in country - it could be the start of the emergency or an interagency agreed date in a protratcted crisis, eg the previous three months

Protection P1-PC3-2 PC3 Sexual violence Child Protection actors have done an analysis of how sexual violence towards boys and girls is viewed and responded to

yes/no indicator; need to include both elements of the context analysis (viewed and responded to) to be counted as "yes"

Protection P1-PC4-1 PC4 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Percentage of communities [or camps] that have functioning safe spaces for children [and/or youth]
Protection P1-PC4-2 PC4 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Percentage of surveyed communities who indicate children exhibit behavioural changes that relate to symptoms of distress since [DATE-EMERGENCY-ETC]

The date to be used for this baseline indicator needs to be determined in country - it could be the start of the emergency or an interagency agreed date in a protratcted crisis, eg the previous three months

Protection P1-PC4-3 PC4 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Percentage of community members surveyed who know how to support children with psychosocial distress

know means that they can name at least one response activity appropriate for children; the indicator needs to make use of the MHPSS intervention pyramid and will be assessed through a Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Survey

Protection P1-PC4-4 PC4 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Percentage of Child Friendly Spaces where structured age appropriate CFS activities are implemented based on needs identified by girls, boys and families
Protection P1-PC4-5 PC4 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Percentage of cases identified in need of psychosocial/mental health services who are referred to specialist services
Protection P1-PC5-1 PC5 Children associated with armed forces and armed groups Percentage of surveyed communities who note the recruitment of children into armed forces and/or groups
Protection P1-PC5-2 PC5 Children associated with armed forces and armed groups Percentage of registered children separated from armed forces or groups, who are effectively reintegrated in their families or alternatively integrated
Protection P1-PC5-3 PC5 Children associated with armed forces and armed groups Percentage of community members surveyed who can describe at least one action to prevent child recruitment and one action to report on child recruitment

Both elements, i.e. reporting and prevention need to be assessed to have an idea of the communities capacity