Child Frontiers in Nepal

2017 : [ Terre des Hommes Netherlands ] : Minimum Standards on Alternative Care

Child Frontiers carried out an in-depth assessment of approximately eight shelters identified by TdH-NL which are operated by partners in six Asian countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines and Thailand). The assessment aimed to analyse the quality of services currently offered in line with the Guidelines for Alternative Care for Children (2010) and National Frameworks and explore opportunities for improvement of the care arrangements, including diversification of care options. The assessment included individual assessment reports providing clear, detailed recommendations and plans to provide training and other support, leading to the implementation of necessary changes.

2014 : [ Save the Children Norway ] : Evaluation of Programs to Strengthen National Child Protection Systems

Child Frontiers reviewed Save the Children Norway's programming to strengthen national child protection systems in Cambodia, Ethiopia, Lao PDR, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Uganda and Zimbabwe. The review assessed to what degree programmes have contributed to stronger systems for the protection of children and to what extent and how children have benefited from these systems. The review largely focused on the results achieved and the effectiveness of Save the Children’s programme planning, with the reporting and monitoring processes additionally assessed.  The report can be accessed here: REPORT

2014 : [ Save the Children Norway ] : Workshop on Systems Strengthening for Program Staff in Asia

Following Child Frontiers’ review of Save the Children Norway’s support to programs for child protection system strengthening, a three day workshop was held in Kathmandu for country program staff from Nepal, Cambodia and Myanmar to discuss the review findings and explore strategies for designing contextually appropriate system strengthening programs. 

2013 : [ UNICEF South Asia ] : Workshop on Child Protection System Building

Child Frontiers facilitated a workshop in Kathmandu to share research methodologies and discuss the principle outcomes and key findings of the mapping and assessments of child protection systems in South East Asia, the Pacific, West Africa and the Middle East. Presentation material can be accessed HERE.

2011 : [ Terre des Hommes ]: Handbook & Training on Recovery and Reintegration of Trafficked Children

Child Frontiers prepared a training handbook ("The Recovery and Reintegration of Trafficked Children") for frontline staff and project workers from NGOs supported by Terre des Hommes and responsible for the recovery and reintegration of trafficked children. The purpose of the handbook was to equip project workers with an understanding of the reality of the lives of trafficked children and to provide them with ideas and solutions for ensuring their recovery and rehabilitation.  The handbook helps project workers to consider the emotional and physical needs of trafficked children and explains some of the challenges that will be encountered during that process. Workshops were held in Nepal and Thailand to explore these factors and build the capacity of the project workers.

2011 : [ Child Welfare Scheme Nepal ] : Evaluation of the Consortium for Working Children

Child Frontiers conducted an external evaluation of a 5-year project, the Consortium for Working Children Kaski, and made recommendations for its future development. The project, implemented in Kaski district of Nepal, was funded through a grant from Comic Relief under its Street and Working Children and Young People Program. The Final Report can be accessed HERE.

2009 : [ UNICEF EAPRO ] : Child Protection in Emergencies (Preparedness & Response)

In partnership with the UNICEF's Asia Pacific Shared Services Centre (Emergency Unit), Child Frontiers provided a program of tailored technical capacity building and support to 12 countries in the region. Acting within the framework of the UN Humanitarian Reform Process, the Core Commitment for Children, and Cluster Approach, Child Frontiers supported UNICEF staff and their national counterparts in emergency preparedness and response to natural disasters and civil conflict. Ultimately, this program was designed to enable UNICEF officers to fulfil their child protection responsibilities under the cluster approach. The countries included under the program were: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka and Timor-Leste.

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