Under the national policy in responding disaster mitigation, there are 3 phases:
1. Emergency response phase,
2. Rehabilitation and reconstruction phase,
3. Social recovery phase, whereas all effort are aimed to empowering and promoting child participation in community development.

Psychosocial team should revisit their work in the end of each phase to conduct evaluation of the work being done and to provide input for the next phase and intervention planned.
The successful of psychosocial intervention program can be measured by ensuring the fulfillment of basic needs of children in the end of each phase based based on the Child Protection Law and Disaster and Mitigation Law.
The indicators can bes used to measure the success of the program such as:
1). In emergency response phase,
a. Building of special tent for women and children in each and every displaces camp, including infrastructur facility for children such as toilets, playground, emergency schools;
b. Psychosocial assistance for trauma healing and counceling for children;
c. Food provision and basic needs for children;
d. Tracing to unify unaccompanied children and youth to their family;
e. Protection against all forms of violence, including abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

2). In rehabilitation and reconstruction phase, the construction related with children are to build basic facility for children such as school, health and medical centre. While the child protection program was focused on social recovery with main activity such as:
a. Psychosocial assistance for children to empower children and youth group;
b.Case handling which related with child abuse;
c. Reunification unaccompanied and separated children;
d. Community empowerment.

3). In social recovery phase, in order to measure child participation in community development in post-disaster situation is by checking on whether or not aspect of participation has been fulfilled and achieved:
- do children have access to information of the development program?
- is there any child organization or child / youth group?
- do children voice heard by the decision maker?
- in the program planning, implementation and evaluation, to what extent is children involvement? And does the initiative come from the children themselves or does it mobilized by adults?