As a result of the rapid rise in unaccompanied children and adolescents fleeing the Northern Triangle of Central America, Save the Children Mexico (SCMx) has embarked on an ambitious school- and community-based intervention to improve systems of protection and livelihoods and to strengthen institutions in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. To allow for a culture of continuous program improvement and to create a feedback mechanism that increases accountability, SCMx is utilizing a Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) framework. SCMx commissioned the SIPA workshop team to analyze the current MEAL system and provide recommendations for improved strategies to process, analyze, and use data to support the improvement of the program and the inter-regional system of protection.