Child Protection Rapid Assessment Information Consolidation Sheet Identification Information                            ...
Youth                  FGD youths-Boys (5 persons) Some of them chose to be                           FGD youths – Girls (...
respectivelySituations where sexual                  On the way to collect fire woods    Around water pointsviolence occur...
associated with these groups                                         Mostly under 14                            Mostly boy...
If yes, specify: ________________________________________9.2 Are school/ hospitals attacked or used by armed groups/forces...
Comprehensive Hospital, Atani Private                              Dr. Nwike                   08063866656        Division...
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This contains some of the basic information used to compile the Child Protection Rapid Assessment Report for a Community in Anambra State.

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Child Protection Rapid Assessment Information Consolidation Sheet

  1. 1. Child Protection Rapid Assessment Information Consolidation Sheet Identification Information 1.2 Date of assessment:1.1 Members of the assessment team and contacts: NAME AGENCY/ORGANIZA PHONE TION NUMBERS Onyendilefu Lovet Uju CPN 08033726585 Ibekwe Angela CPN 08033380487 Okafor Roseline Socialworker 07061183146 From: 2nd April Nwalusi Ifeoma Social Worker 08037086626 Izuorah SCE Social worker 08063831670 To: 5th April 2013 Igboamazu Millicent Social worker 07031012695 Okpala Kasiemobi CPN 07030083140 Chukwudolue Ifeoma Social worker 07035115551 Efobi Obianuju CPN 08033857030 Udebuani Felicia O Social worker 07067131095 Udeh Crescent N CPN 08030888999 Anumba Joseph Uche CPN 08032173955 Emeka Ejide CPN 08036630809 Nzekwu Victoria Social worker 080624797941.3 Organizations/Institutions: Child Protection Network, Ministry of women affairs and social development, SEMA.1.4 Location:-Admin Level I (State): Anambra State Admin Level II (Local Government Authority): Ogbaru L.G.ASite Name (Town/ Village/ Camp): Atani community. Source of Information & Data collection methodology2.1 Source Number and details Name(s) Contacts Key informants Community 1 community leader Mr. Okeluwa Amamchukwu 08063866656 (Deputy president general) 1 religious leader Rev. Cannon Joel Nwaeto 08128089339 2 community women Mrs Adigwe Caro NA & Mrs. Udegbara Youth NA Local Authority NA Service Providers NA Group discussions Community groups FGD men (10 persons) Could not obtain their names & contacts. FGD women (10 persons) Most of them preferred to be anonymous. They said their PG can always contact them when necessary 1 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.
  2. 2. Youth FGD youths-Boys (5 persons) Some of them chose to be FGD youths – Girls (5 anonymous while others didn’t have persons) phone number. Activity With Children 20 children between 5 & 10 Some of them were unable to give their years names. Skepticism from their parents also made us omit taking their. Local Authority NA Service Providers NA DemographyTotal estimated current population of site: #people: Population Host Community Nomadic IDPs RefugeesEthnicity Igbo NA NA NAEstimated No of population NA NA NA NA(Individual)Estimated No of population NA NA NA NA(HH) Estimated No of children Male Female M F M F M F (Below 18 years old) Total children Host Tot. children Tot. children Tot. children Community nomadic IDPs refugeesSource of these population Data (several responses possible) Estimated by local authorities Estimated from # households and # people per household Census/name list (specify date of census) ___________ Estimated by affected population Registration Other (specify) ________________________________ Physical Safety5.1 Reported cases of children:Cases since onset crisis Estimation number Gender (if Age (if Location/s available) available)Children killed by armedgroups/forces/organizedpolitical groups/cults (specifyby whom)Children injured by armedgroup/forces/organizedpolitical groups/cults (specifyby whom)Children killed by generalviolence (by civilians)Children injured by generalviolence (by civilians)Child victims of sexual 2 official cases 2 Girls 5 years and 13 In the community.violence (Rape incidence) respectively Culprits: Man of 18 years and Man of 30 years 2 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.
  3. 3. respectivelySituations where sexual On the way to collect fire woods Around water pointsviolence occurs In/around markets In houses Close to military camps Others (specify) ___________Children detained (specify by NA NA NA NAwhom) Children without primary care giver6.1 Have there been any reported cases:Cases Total estimated (if Gender Current care available) (tick one) arrangementsa. Children without Yes Mostly girls Relativescaregivers Mostly boys In institutions About equal Foster families Don’t know Others ______c. Missing children Mostly girls Recruited by Mostly boys armed About equal forces/groups Don’t know Abducted Displacement Others ______6.2 What are the main causes of separation? (can tick more than one) Accidental separation during displacement or conflict Ongoing? YES NO DNK Death or fleeing of parent or usual caregiver YES NO DNK Children sent away for safety Ongoing? YES NO DNK Abductions Ongoing? YES NO DNK Other (e.g. sent to armed groups; in detention etc) (specify) _____________________________ Sent to institutions Ongoing? YES NO DNK Medical reasons Ongoing? YES NO DNK6.3 What are the main community practices in response to separation?They search for the missing child. If not found after a long time (over a year), they do funeral service assumingthat the child is dead. This is done in accordance and with reference to the custom and tradition. Children Associated with Armed Forces & Groups, including Terrorist Groups, or Involved in Organized Political Violence, Cults, and Gangs7.1 Are there reports of child recruitment or use by armed forces and groups or involved in organizedpolitical violence, cults, and gangs? YES NOSource/s of information  Victim Parents/caregivers Perpetrator Direct eye witness Other: KIIEstimated # children Age Gender (tick one) 3 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.
  4. 4. associated with these groups Mostly under 14 Mostly boys Mostly 14-25 Mostly girls Don’t know About equal` Don’t know7.2 Who is involving 7.2.1 How do children get involved? 7.2.2 Current locationchildren?1. Politicians 1. Bad friends 1. Within the community2. Age grade 2. peer pressure 2.3. 3. 3. Psychosocial wellbeing of Children a. What are the main sources of stress for children? Select maximum of 5 sources. Presence of armed group / fear of involvement Fear of attack with armed groups, political violence, gangs, cults Fear of sexual violence Violence within the family Being out of school Being excluded from community life Inability to meet basic needs Concerns about poverty and financial issues Concerns about the future Separation from family members Problems with parents Others Unemployment & Idleness b. What are the main sources of stress for caregivers? Select maximum of 5. Presence of armed group / fear of involvement of Fear of attack children in armed groups, political violence, gangs, cults Fear of sexual violence Violence within the family Being excluded from community life Inability to meet basic needs Concerns about poverty or financial issues Concerns about the future Separated from family members Not being able to care for children Others _______________________ c. Are children having an access to a safe space? YES NO d. What are the main coping mechanisms of children to deal with stress? Select maximum of 3 Support from family Support from friends Support from teachers Support from neighbors or others in the community Participation in community activities (sports, social events etc) Praying-participating in religious activities Keeping quite/putting up with the situation Trying to find a solution on your own e. Who are the most common people that children turn to for emotional support or when they have difficulties? Select maximum of 3 Mother Father Grandmother Brothers / sisters Other Relatives Teachers Neighbors Religious groups Health workers Social workers or other professionals Friends f. Is there any trained staff on psycho-social support in this community? NO YES If yes, specify who _________________________________________________ Access to services9.1 Are children denied access to service provision? YES NO Do Not Know 4 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.
  5. 5. If yes, specify: ________________________________________9.2 Are school/ hospitals attacked or used by armed groups/forces/gangs/cults/others? YES NO Do Not KnowIf yes, specify: __________________________________9.3 Services matrixServices available Number Locations & Functioning? Accessible for managed by whom? children?Health facility (including 3 In the community: Yes Yestherapeutic feeding centers) 2 hospitals 2 by govt. 3 by No No Individuals Don’t Know Don’t KnowEducation 3 3 primary Yes Yes 1 sec. school No No 1 higher institution all Don’t Know Don’t Know owned by GovtWater & Sanitation Unknown Yes Yes No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowFood distribution Unknown Yes Yes No No Don’t Know Don’t Know CHILD PROTECTION QUESTIONS Number Locations/managed by? Functioning? Accessible for children?Family tracing & reunification unknown Yes Yes No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowBirth Registration 1 Health centre managed by Yes Yes Government. No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowChild Friendly Spaces 3 Primary secondary owned Yes Yes by government No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowSocial work services 2 Church & Local Yes Yes government (L.G.A) No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowChild care institutions 1 In community managed by Yes Yes missionary (Rev. Sisters) No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowAwareness Raising programs - - Yes Yes No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowCommunity-based care 1 In community managed by Yes Yes missionary (Rev. Sisters) No No Don’t Know Don’t KnowServices to address Sexual and 2 In community by Youth Yes YesDomestic Violence group & Vigilante No No Don’t Know Don’t Know Government Structures in the areaName of the institution Responsibility # staff Contact Info. Community Secondary School, Government Mr. Mbanefo Atani. Central Primary School, Atani Government Caroline Adigwe 08037511732 (Asst. Head Mistress) 5 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.
  6. 6. Comprehensive Hospital, Atani Private Dr. Nwike 08063866656 Divisional Police Station, Atani Government DCD 08035049414 Community based structures/networks in the area (e.g. religious, youth, women associations etc)Name of the institution Responsibility # staff Contact Info. St. James Anglican Church Religious Rev. Nwetu 08128089339, 08036096026 Kanu Direct observation – notes: ( Brief narrative description of the situation of children as directly observed during the visit)During the assessment, it was observed that there was high level of poverty and hunger.Aside the interview with the different sites to ascertain child protection concerns, the team made some observationsin the populace during the CPRA. They are:  2 pregnant children  2 children hawking (a boy and a girl)  1 mentally challenged child (girl)  1 physically challenged child (boy)However, some of the perceived factors that contribute to protection concerns include:  Poverty  Negligence of responsibility on the parents and caregivers of the children  Neglect on the community to properly handle child protection issues.. 6 Note: NA means we were unable to provide information on the stipulated question due to non-consent of the sampled group or the section does not apply to our scope of assessment. Blank spaces also meant that the parameters were not in our scope of assessment or we were not unable to validate the estimates/information with authoritative reference.

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