WVI : Core Intervention Components

September 28, 2018

Child Frontiers is working with World Vision International to identify Core Intervention Components for the Child Protection and Advocacy (CP&A) project model. The CP&A model is WVI’s approach to empower and equip children, community members, local partners and other key stakeholders to address the root causes of violence against children. Core Intervention Components can be defined as “essential functions or principles, and associated elements and intervention activities that are judged necessary to produce desired outcomes.” The outputs from this work will be used by WVI country offices to make evidence-based choices to ensure that interventions are context relevant and contribute to real change in the lives of children and families. This innovative collaboration seeks to combine global learning and critical reflection of WVI approaches to child protection to alignment with the systems approach to child protection in the future.

 

 

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