Are you working to enhance protection in humanitarian crises and frustrated by the lack of measurable and meaningful outcomes? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the complex and ever-changing risk patterns in your specific context? Utilizing results-based approaches to protection (RBP) helps reduce the risks that crisis-affected and vulnerable people face. Based on 6+ years of consulting with diverse array of practitioners and specialists, we at InterAction have identified three key elements to achieve measurable results in terms of reduced risk: continuous, context specific analysis; outcome-oriented methods; and design for contribution. This playlist provides resources that can help integrate results-based methods and practices into your protection analysis, program design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation to achieve protection outcomes. Developed in collaboration with Keri Baughman, Project Coordinator for Protection at InterAction.
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