Child Frontiers is assisting WVI to validate and refine its Core Intervention Components in key areas of its child protection and advocacy project model (eg. life skills, resilience, meaningful participation, parenting, community change, CP&A groups and home visiting). CIC can be defined as ‘essential functions or principles, and associates elements and intervention activites that are judged necessary to produce desired outcomes’. It is expected that these CIC can be used by WVI country offices to make programmatic, evidence based choices; to adapt interventions to the local contexts; to monitor implementation fidelity in adherence with the components; and to ensure sufficient and capacitated program implementers. Child Frontiers will be performing reviews of desk research summaries, conduct literature reviews and review recommendations and draft and discuss feedback on the CIC.