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PowerPoint presentations for the Training Manual on Children without Appropriate Care for Asia and the Pacific: Save the Children version – Session 1]

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Publication year:

2011

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English

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(327.3 KiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children

PowerPoint presentation that is part of the session materials for the “Training Manual on Children without Appropriate Care for Asia and the Pacific”, published by Save the Children Child Protection Initiative (CPI). It briefly presents Save the Children’s organisational strategy for supporting children without appropriate care and the ways in which this strategy can be realised at the country level. Key objectives of Save the Children’s programming in care are also listed.
This section includes specific information on:
– The background on Save the Children’s Child Protection Initiative;
– Save the Children’s primary vision to improve the lives of 21 million children by 2015;
– Main priority CPI areas;
– Strategic goals by 2015
– Overall objectives for children in – or at risk of requiring – alternative care.
A separate version on the strategies of other organisations working to support children without appropriate care is also included in the series of Powerpoint presentations.
This training on Children Without Appropriate Care for Asia and the Pacific is targeted at policy makers, professionals and para-professionals who are already working on programs to support children without appropriate care, or who may begin work in this area. The Training Manual and accompanying Participant’s Manual on Children without Appropriate Care for Asia and the Pacific, are available at Save the Children’s Resource Centre.

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