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Awareness Raising Campaign: This is how Traffickers Lure Girls in Huancayo

Posted By: • October 24th, 2016

Are you looking for a job?, the question that traffickers make to innocent girls who out of necessity accept the promise of easy work in exchange for a hefty salary. The Manzana Podrida Project of the Peruvian NGO Instituto Redes, creates awareness on the issue of human trafficking in the Junin region through this video, which shows some of the tactics used by traffickers to lure girls. Read More

Webinar on M&E of Reintegration by Jade T-Menson

Posted By: • October 5th, 2016

Considerable attention and resources have been targeted at the reintegration of different groups of children over the years, yet rigorous evaluations of these interventions are rare and it is not always clear what lessons are being learnt. When evaluations do take place, the focus tends to be on whether the programme objectives were achieved, rather than on whether the activities benefited the child or how and why they made a positive impact. Read More

Webinario sobre Monitoreo y Evaluación de la Reintegración (Español con subtítulos en inglés)

Posted By: • October 2nd, 2016

Considerable atención y recursos se han dirigido a la reintegración de los diferentes grupos de niños en los últimos años, sin embargo, las evaluaciones rigurosas de estas intervenciones son poco frecuentes y no siempre está claro qué lecciones se han aprendido. Cuando las evaluaciones tienen lugar, el enfoque tiende a ser sobre si se han alcanzado los objetivos del programa, en lugar de sobre si las actividades beneficiaron a los niños y niñas o cómo y por qué tuvieron un impacto positivo. Read More

Webinar on Monitoring and Evaluation – Why we need M&E of Reintegration (Spanish with English subtitles)

Posted By: • October 2nd, 2016

Considerable attention and resources have been targeted at the reintegration of different groups of children over the years, yet rigorous evaluations of these interventions are rare and it is not always clear what lessons are being learnt. When evaluations do take place, the focus tends to be on whether the programme objectives were achieved, rather than on whether the activities benefited the child or how and why they made a positive impact. Read More

National Plan of Action Against Sexual Exploitation in Kenya, 2013 – 2017

Posted By: • September 23rd, 2015

Children under the age of 18 years make up the majority of population in Kenya, with 42% of the population under the age of 14 years. Partially, as a result of inadequate legal measures, Kenya has experienced a number of challenges in relation to child protection, including physical violation, economic exploitation, emotional abuse, neglect, abandonment, child trafficking, sexual exploitation and other untold sufferings. Read More