Promoting Learning on Recovery and (Re)Integration from Child Sexual Exploitation

Monitoring and Evaluation of Reintegration Toolkit

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Date of publication:  02 May 2016 Authors:  Claire Cody Publisher:  RISE Learning Network Publication type:  Toolkit / Handbook / Manual

This toolkit is designed to assist those working with victims of child sexual exploitation in monitoring and evaluating the reintegration of children and young people back into their families and/ or their wider communities. The toolkit provides ideas, examples and suggestions of how organizations could collect monitoring and evaluation data with, from and about the children and young people they work with.The toolkit emphasizes that any processes undertaken, or tools that are developed, must be tailored and appropriate to the local context and must be carried out in an ethical and safe manner. In this toolkit there is a focus on participatory methods that involve children from the start.The toolkit considers the variety of ways and contexts in which child sexual exploitation can happen and encourages those working with children recovering from such exploitation to facilitate child empowerment. 

Total number of pages: 
105
Language(s) of materials: 
English
Country(s) this content is relevant to: 
International

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