Determine the indicator's value by using the following methodology:
1) Make a list of the supported protection services.
2) Define for which period you will measure the number of people who used these services. In most cases, this should be since the time they received the project’s support until the time of the survey.
3) Request the service providers to review their records and provide you with the number of people who used their services. If possible, ask them to disaggregate the data by gender and age group.
4) To determine the indicator’s value, sum up the number of people who used the supported protection services. If there is a high likelihood that there are many people who used several services, the only way how to avoid double counting would be to conduct a quantitative survey among a representative sample of the target group members, asking them whether they used any of the supported services (as opposed to using the service providers’ records).