MENAT CHILD Measurement Inventory

The MENAT CHILD Measurement Inventory was compiled and categorized by NYU Global TIES for Children as a resource for stakeholders interested in identifying additional measures of children’s holistic learning and development (CHILD) which have been used in the MENAT region. To develop the inventory, we carefully reviewed working papers and journal articles in English and Arabic to identify and document the details of where, in what language, and with what population CHILD measures have been used in MENAT. We hope that they provide a useful starting point for users who don’t otherwise find measures that suit their needs on the Measurement Library.  While the focus of our search was on tools used in the MENAT region, many tools have been used in other regions as well. 

A searchable and filterable database is available here. The first page provides guidance on how to use the database and a link to the methodology for how this resource was developed.

While we are working to expand the number of measures available on the Library many of the inventory measures are not currently available for download from the Measurement Library. If you’re interested in using a measure in the inventory, please search online using your preferred search engine by the measure name or on your preferred academic journal database (e.g. Google Scholar, JSTOR) by the citations. Measures available for download from the Library include a link in the measure description.

You can also contact Roxane Caires at for more information on the inventory measures. 


This tool is part of the Measurement Library. Learn more about the olive tree stages in our Measure Review Criteria. If you'd like to select and adapt a measure, read our Measure Guidance.

Informação sobre o Recurso


Publicado por

NYU Global TIES for Children


Adolescents and Youth
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
Needs Assessment
Social and Emotional Learning


Basic research, Screening, Program evaluation, Program monitoring

Categoria de Recursos:

Social-emotional Skills, Physical Skills and Health, Academic Subject Matter Skills, Mental Health