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Contextualizing Case Management Costs in Orphan and Vulnerable Children Programs
Join MEASURE Evaluation on May 24 at 9:00am EDT for a webinar presenting findings from an activity assessing the cost of case management in orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programs across six countries.
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Publication Alternative Care for Children Newsletter (November 2018)
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Երեխաների այլընտրանքային խնամք Ամսագիր Նոյեմբեր, 2018թ
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication object code Îngrijirea alternativă a copilului Buletin informativ Noiembrie 2018
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Assessing, Addressing, and Monitoring National Care Reform in Armenia
The training aimed to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation capacity of specialists who are involved in the reform of the national care system that serves vulnerable children.
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Day of the African Child: Helping government policy action to support vulnerable children
On the Day of the African Child (Sunday, June 16), we highlight our work in Ghana and Uganda to assess, address, and monitor care for children.
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Alternative Care for Children
MEASURE Evaluation is working to enhance the capacity of governments to assess, address, and monitor alternative care in four countries: Armenia, Ghana, Moldova, and Uganda.
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Alternative Care in Uganda
MEASURE Evaluation began supporting work in alternative care for children in Uganda in April 2017. Our task is to strengthen the capacities of government partners to assess, address, and monitor child care reform, in line with the United Nations’ Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.
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Alternative Care in Ghana
MEASURE Evaluation began supporting this work in Ghana in April 2017. Our task is to strengthen the capacities of government partners to assess, address, and monitor child care reform, in line with the United Nations’ Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.
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Publication Tool for Assessing and Monitoring National Alternative Care Systems
(2019)
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