Meeting the Rights and Protection Needs of Refugee Children: An Independent Evaluation of the Impact of UNHCR's Activities

Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Originally published


In the light of children and children's concerns being inconsistently addressed and often regarded as something 'extra' to core protection and assistance work, this evaluation examines whether UNHCR is effectively meeting the protection needs of refugee children.

For this purpose, the report contains a global evaluation to highlight institutional policy, strategies and progress, concentrating on organization-wide patterns, shortcomings and successes.

The report is based on interviews, field missions, focus groups and field questionnaires.