FCF-REACT Promising Practices Review_FINALNov2019.pdf_2

Family Strengthening: An assessment of promising practices

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Save the Children International

Family Care First|REACT, facilitated by Save the Children, is a multi-donor supported network of organizations working together to support children in Cambodia to live in safe, nurturing family-based care. FCF|REACT works collaboratively with the government, local and international NGOs, academic institutions and UN agencies, to promote and strengthen family-based care. With approximately 60 member organizations, some of whom are funded, FCF|REACT is working to prevent children from being separated from their families and increase the number of children that are safely and successfully integrated into family care.
A key aim of FCF|REACT is to document evidence and existing knowledge of intervention impact, integrate learnings from good practice and research into interventions, and develop innovative approaches to meet FCF|REACT objectives. This “promising practices” review was undertaken to support the assessment of examples of FCF|REACT program interventions and approaches that are working well, with the purpose of catalyzing discussions within FCF|REACT working groups on how to build upon promising practices and continuously improve programming, as well as to promote the work of FCF|REACT nationally, regionally and globally.
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