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Monitoring and Evaluation Project by HOME: The Child Recovery and Reintegration Network

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 UK, UNICEF, Retrak and Mkombozi.

A series of data-gathering activities have been undertaken to support the development of the toolkit including a survey with practitioners. Read the full report Findings from the Survey 'Monitoring and Evaluating Reintegration Programmes for Children'. Claire Cody, 2013

Look out for...

The HOME network's session at the Counter-Trafficking Conference on Thursday 17th October - 'Developing a toolkit to monitor and evaluate reintegration programmes: Learning from children and young people in seven countries' Claire Cody

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The forthcoming report ' Feeling and being a part of something better’ Children and young people’s perspectives on reintegration. Informing the development of a toolkit to monitor and evaluate reintegration programmes with children, Helen Veitch, 2013 which will soon be available here

Source: http://www.childrecovery.info/

 

Tags: Home: The Child Recovery and reintegration Network, child protection, monitoring, evaluation, data collection, toolkit, reintegration programe
Published Aug. 30, 2013 12:15 PM