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This practice tool considers how practitioners can explore and write about identity with children and young people. It gives a short introduction to some useful concepts about identity for social care practitioners and provides guidance about how practitioners could support children’s identity development. It also includes a set of practical tips and tools to use to explore children’s identities with them.
This case story is meant to illustrate the transition process of Good Life orphanage, a charitable children’s institution based in Kilifi County, Kenya, the actors involved, the challenges and the success factors; recognizing that each transition
This case story is meant to illustrate transition process of Majaoni Rescuers, a community-based organization (CBO) in Mombasa County, Kenya, the actors involved, the challenges and the success factors; recognizing that each transition is an individual process with different starting points, different dynamics and different evolutions.
These illustrations from Changing the Way We Care and the Government of Kenya showcase live community engagement sessions on how to develop Kafaalah messages and promote Kafaalah for family-based care.
This handbook is a summarized, user-friendly version of the operating procedures for alternative family- and community-based care options. It provides an overview of each type of care, key considerations, and the process followed for placement. The handbook aims to provide an easy and quick reference to critical information and “how to” about alternative family- and community-based care placements.
This data collection exercise was commissioned to assess the different types of Kafaalah care arrangements practiced by families and communities in Kilifi, Kenya. It affirms that Kafaalah is a widely known and practiced form of care among the Muslim community in Kilifi County.
This guide framework describes how CTWWC employs its family strengthening approach.
The objective of this webinar was to present the best practices learnt in the implementation of the youth wellbeing project which focused on integrated mental health and wellbeing support for youth and particularly young people with lived experience of care.
Cazul de investiții argumentează importanța și impactul investițiilor într-un sistem de îngrijire centrat pe familie și prezintă o estimare a resurselor necesare pentru a finanța serviciile de care Republica Moldova are nevoie pentru (i) a preveni plasarea copiilor în îngrijire rezidențială; (ii) a asigura îngrijirea copiilor în familii sigure și protectoare; și (iii) a transforma instituțiile rezidențiale în centre comunitare care răspund efectiv nevoilor comunității.
The Investing in Family Care for Moldova’s Future presents the case for investing in a more child-centered social welfare system in Moldova and provides specific estimates on the resources needed including an estimate of the resources required to fund the spectrum of programs and services Moldova needs to (i) prevent children from being placed in residential care; (ii) place children in safe, nurturing, and supported families; and (iii) transform residential settings into community assets that effectively meet community needs.