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Child Maltreatment Prevention Readiness Assessment: South Africa 2011 - Experts

Version
1.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Makoae, Mokhantso Gladys
  • Human Sciences Research Council
Publication Date
2014-03-27
Embargo End Date
2014-03-27
Contributor
  • Human Sciences Research Council (Producer)
Funding Reference
  • Fetzer Institute
Free Keywords
Schema: UK DATA ARCHIVE - HASSET
CHILD ABUSE; CHILD MALTREATMENT; CHILD PROTECTION; CHILD WELL-BEING; CHILDREN; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Description
  • Abstract

    Description: This data set contains responses of the experts who were part of the research team. The RAP-CM-XD was completed by the research team after conducting the interviews of key informants with RAPCM-I using all available data relevant to CMP in the country data, both gleaned from the interviews with key informants and collected from other sources. In addition, data on key country conditions - such as income level, per capita GDP, Gini index, adolescent fertility rate - with a potential bearing on the country's readiness to implement child maltreatment prevention programmes were also collected. Data collection took place in 2011.

    Abstract: This study aimed to systematically assess the readiness of the country (South Africa) to implement evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs on a large scale. To this end, it applied a recently developed method called Readiness Assessment for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment based on two parallel 100-item instruments. The first data set measures the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs concerning child maltreatment prevention of key informants; the second, completed by child maltreatment prevention experts using all available data in the country, produces a more objective assessment readiness. The instruments cover all of the main aspects of readiness including, for instance, availability of scientific data on the problem, legislation and policies, will to address the problem, and material resources. Key informant scores were moderately low for the majority of the dimensions that is, between 3.5 and 6 points out of 10. Major gaps identified in South Africa included a lack of professionals with the skills, knowledge, and expertise to implement evidence-based child maltreatment programs and of institutions to train them; inadequate funding, infrastructure, and equipment; extreme rarity of outcome evaluations of prevention programs; and lack of national prevalence surveys of child maltreatment. In sum, the country is in a low to moderate state of readiness to implement evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs on a large scale. Such an assessment of readiness - the first of its kind - allows gaps to be identified and then addressed to increase the likelihood of program success. For more information pertaining to this study, visit the WHO web portal: http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/child/cmp_readiness/en/

Temporal Coverage
  • 2011 / 2011
Geographic Coverage
  • South Africa (ZA)
Sampled Universe
The RAP-CM-XD (Scoring system) was completed by the research team after conducting the interviews of key informants.
Sampling
No sample was drawn, RAP-CM-XD (experts) data file was completed by the research team after conducting the interviews with the key informants.
Time Dimension
  • Cross-section
    Cross-section
Collection Mode
  • Self-completion
Availability
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Rights
By accessing the data, you give assurance that The data and documentation will not be duplicated, redistributed or sold without prior approval from the rights holder. The data will be used for scientific research or educational purposes only. The data will only be used for the specified purpose. If it is used for another purpose the additional purpose will be registered. Redundant data files will be destroyed. The confidentiality of individuals/organisations in the data will be preserved at all times. No attempt will be made to obtain or derive information from the data to identify individuals/organisations. The HSRC will be acknowledged in all published and unpublished works based on the data according to the provided citation. The HSRC will be informed of any books, articles, conference papers, theses, dissertations, reports or other publications resulting from work based in whole or in part on the data and documentation. For archiving and bibliographic purposes an electronic copy of all reports and publications based on the requested data will be sent to the HSRC. To offer for deposit into the HSRC Data Collection any new data sets which have been derived from or which have been created by the combination of the data supplied with other data. The data team bears no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses. Failure to comply with the End User License may result in sanctions being imposed.
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Update Metadata: 2019-12-14 | Issue Number: 1549 | Registration Date: 2014-09-22

Makoae, Mokhantso Gladys; Human Sciences Research Council (2014): Child Maltreatment Prevention Readiness Assessment: South Africa 2011 - Experts. Version: 1.0. HSRC - Human Science Research Council SA. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.14749/1400837340