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2015 UG052 Effects of a Community-Based Violence Prevention Intervention By War Child Holland in Post Conflict Northern Uganda | Evaluation of community-based violence prevention | ECF

IATI Identifier: NL-KVK-41215393-UG052

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  • date_range Oct 20, 2013 - Jan 15, 2016
  • autorenew Finalisation (Status)

The CBCP intervention was initially developed in 2009 by War Child Holland and since then, it has been implemented in over 60 communities in Uganda. It was revised in 2011/2012, drawing on WCH implementation experience. The intervention is underpinned by an interactive approach: engaging the community structures in the analysis of problems and gaps, promoting dialogue and development and implementation of action plans with a long-term focus on the prevention of violence against children. The evaluation, which was funded by the Evaluation Challenge Fund (ecf), examines the impact of the CBCP intervention on (1) primary caregivers’ knowledge attitude and practices related to prevention and response to violence against children, 2) children’s self-reported violence, and violence/abuse reporting attitudes and behaviour/practices. Lessons learned and ways the intervention can be improved are suggested. The evaluation used a quasi-experimental design with a matched control group at the baseline and endline i.e. pre-test-post-test control group design. Pre-test data (baseline) were collected in June and July 2014, and post-test data (endline) were collected in August 2015. Both qualitative and quantitative data were collected.

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Network of European Foundations Other Public Sector Funding
War Child Holland International NGO Accountable
War Child Holland International NGO Implementing


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