Requests for input for an M&E and Reintegration Project.
Home: The Child Recovery and Reintegration Network is developing a toolkit to help organisations monitor and evaluate reintegration programmes for children. This work is being supported by an inter-agency steering group including representatives from EveryChild, Save the Children, Mkombozi and IOM.
This project is being led by the Centre for Rural Childhood, University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) Scotland. This work is funded by the Oak Foundation and is part of a larger project on recovery and reintegration. This work is being supported by an inter-agency steering group including representatives from EveryChild, Save the Children, Mkombozi and IOM.
If you or your organisation has experience of reintegration programming with children who have become separated from their families and communities, please help by answering this short questionnaire.
[By reintegration programming we mean any activities that support children to be reunified with family members (or if this is not possible to be cared for in a family-based environment), be healthy, happy and safe and to be accepted, respected and have the same opportunities as other children in their community.]
The questionnaire should take no more than 20 minutes, there are 24 questions to complete.
The questionnaire can be accessed here http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SXPNL2Z and will close on the 29th April.