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SGBV - Child Protection Case & Information Management Tools

  • Sample SGBV/CP Regional Information Sharing Protocol (RISP)

    This regional information sharing protocol sets out the guiding principles and describes procedures for sharing anonymous aggregated data on reported cases of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and children at risk within the region.

  • Regional Information Sharing Protocol Implementation Action Plan

    Use this action plan to coordinate, plan, implement and maintain activities related to the Regional Information Sharing Protocol.

  • Sample SOPs for SGBV Data Processing

    These SOPs are a sample living document that can be used as a template for the SOPs on the SGBV module in ProGres v4, which can be adapted and/or contextualized to the needs and situation of each operation.

  • Consent for Release of Information

    This form should be used to seek permission to from the survivor or guardian to share information about an incident. The form should be read to the survivor or guardian in her first language. It should be clearly explained to the survivor that she or he can choose any or none of the options listed in the form.

  • Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) incident classification tool

    The SGBV Classification Tool was developed as part of the GBVIMS project initiated in 2006 by OCHA; UNHCR, and the IRC. This tool was developed strictly for the purposes of standardizing SGBV data collection across SGBV service providers.

  • Guidance on the use of Standardized Specific Needs Code

    This tool provides guidance on the use of Specific Needs Codes, which can be assigned to a person at risk or with specific needs during registration and at any stage of an individual case cycle.

  • Sample Cross-border Case Referral and Transfer SOPs

    These SOPs establish the actions and roles of members of the RSSN, particularly the case manager, in the cross-border transfer and referral processes of cases of persons with specific protection needs, at-risk persons in Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru or Chile.


Please follow this link to download the zip files for level 1 training tools, which includes PowerPoints and handouts or view / download the PDF files below.

  • Day 1: Introduction to SGBV/Child Protection Case Management
  • Day 2: SGBV/Child Protection Case Management and Introduction to SGBV/Child Protection Information Management
  • Day 3: SGBV/Child Protection Information Management

Referral Pathways

  • Handout UNHCR Data Protection Policy

    UNHCR Data Protection Policy 2015: Key points for UNHCR, implementing partners and third parties

  • UNHCR Data Protection Policy 2015

    Review key elements in the UNHCR Data Protection Policy. Reflect on data protection measures in place in your organization using the Data Protection Checklist.

  • Identifying Data Points

    Understand what amount of data can be the most useful at field, national and regional levels. Identify a common set of data points that would be useful for data sharing purposes across the region (regional Information Sharing Protocol).

  • Introduction to the SGBV and CP modules in proGres v4

    Explain who has access to the SGBV and Child Protection modules in proGres v4 and when use of the modules is appropriate. Share overview of how the proGres v4 security model works and how user access is granted. Understand how the case management process and work flow fits with information management in proGres v4.

  • Referrals and Transfers of Cases in proGres v4

    Distinguish between referrals and transfers. Clarify the points in your work flow when a referral or transfer of a case would take place.