This toolkit builds on Ugandan experience and lessons identifying, enrolling, supporting, and graduating vulnerable children and families out of program support.
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MEASURE Evaluation worked with six OVC projects in six countries to gain insight on current approaches to OVC case management, map how costs can be linked to OVC case management activities, and determine the cost of OVC case management. To further inform and strengthen our understanding of the cost data, the study also qualitatively explored the context of the community workers' experiences related to OVC case management.
This paper reports on findings from an evaluation study of two institutions providing transition programmes to adolescent girls transitioning from institutional care in Zimbabwe. The study sought to determine gaps between the actual services being delivered and the expected performance standards, and how this affects the achievement of sustainable livelihoods. These gaps can be overcome by the development of a programme-based transition model and case management system.
This package of tools is intended to increase case management supervisors’ confidence, capacity and support to caseworkers to provide safe, ethical and competent case management services to vulnerable children and their families. It has been developed over two years through several country pilots and a trainings of trainers.
This paper reports on findings from an evaluation study of two institutions providing transition programmes to adolescent girls transitioning from institutional care in Zimbabwe. The study sought to understand how government-based and NGO-based institutions were delivering services to prepare adolescents for life outside care and whether these services complied with Standard Six of the National Residential Child Care Standards in Zimbabwe.
This six-day training is intended for case managers/community health volunteers/field supervisors who help households affected by HIV in India.
This handbook is designed for the outreach workers involved in HIV care and support program in India. It details out the roles and responsibilities of Family Case Managers in addressing the wide array of health, psychosocial, nutrition, food security and education needs of the vulnerable children and families.
The core standards are designed to enhance social workers’ awareness of the values, knowledge, methods, and skills needed to practice case management competently.
This document is a guide to assessment and interdisciplinary case management for providing help to children and families at risk or in a difficult situation in Russia. The document outlines the basics of interdisplinary case management; the aims, principles and parameters of assessing the needs of the child and the family; recommended assessment tools; and recommendations on methods of using these tools.
The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for implementation of the National Case Management System (NCMS) for the care, protection and welfare of children in Zimbabwe. It includes core concepts and principles, standard operating procedures, and forms applicable in similar contexts.
The aim of the Handbook is to help to standardize practice in child protection case management in Uganda. It takes the practitioners through various stages of case management from case identification to case closure.
This resource aims to set standards for quality, compassionate care for GBV survivors in humanitarian settings, with a particular focus on the provision of case management services. This document was developed for staff of organizations who provide care, support and protection services to GBV survivors in humanitarian settings, including social work-informed case management and psychosocial support.
This document includes a variety of tools, forms and other resources used in the Site Improvement Monitoring System (SIMS) toward strengthening the quality of services delivered to people affected by HIV.
This Training Manual is developed based on the Child Protection Working Group Interagency Guidelines for Case Management. The Facilitator’s Guide provides guidance on the key steps to take before, during and after training, including customizing the training to different contexts and audiences.
This five-day child protection case management training manual was developed to meet the needs of community child protection workers and other social workers working in tandem with the justice, health and law enforcement systems in Malawi.
This Manual includes background information, standard operating procedures with documentation tools and job aids on case management. It aims to support social workers from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare in Namibia in their daily work to effectively support vulnerable children and families with user-friendly guidance in case management. The last job aid is a manual on supportive supervision.
Training of Trainers workshop slides aim at familiarizing the audience with the strengthened Namibia Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare case management system. Slides should be used in combination with the Operations Manual and Training Facilitator’s Guide developed by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare of Namibia.
This document is a guide to all trainers who will be training social workers on the use of the Case Management Operations Manual developed by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare of Namibia.
This document is a short and easy-to-use guide that summarizes core principles for effective case management. It contains links to other useful resources relevant to the topic for direct service providers.
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