Child Rights Situational Analysis Guidelines

These current guidelines draw on those experiences and provide tools and resources needed to develop a Child Rights Situation Analysis (CRSA). The
document describes the components and sequencing that will result in a good CRSA, and includes tips on how to manage the process in particularly complex or challenging situations.

While the principal use of a CRSA remains as an input into strategic planning, CRSAs potentially have a significant value to other aspects of Save the Children’s work.

These guidelines have been written for Save the Children staff (and possibly partners) who are responsible for managing the development and maintenance of a CRSA.

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Human Rights and Children's Rights