This tool is designed to assess the child friendliness of a community from the perspective of children aged 13 years to 18 years, or “adolescents”. It asks questions about the context in which children grow, develop and experience their rights. As such, the tool is designed to supplement other data on children and their living conditions available to cities. Used in conjunction with the children’s and parents’ community assessment tool it can help guide the actions of communities and municipal authorities. To access the full toolkit from the CFC Website, click here.
Keywords: Assessment, template or tool, child participation, NGOs, tools, templates and guides, child and youth participation, indicators and data
I saved this form as a PDF, but you can find it in Word format by following the above link to the CFC Website.