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Recovery Safegaurding Reintegration
  • Progress : 461
  • Goal: 480

The overall objective of the Recovery Safeguarding Reintegration (RSR) initiative is to facilitate the adoption of international guidelines and policy for children’s reintegration in line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)

Communities Responding In Emergencies Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: 5,000

The overall objective of this initiative Communities Responding In Emergencies, (CRIE) is to strengthen Partnerships of five grassroots community-based organizations (CBOs) and Regional Administration in Region 3, 4 & 6 to improve community responses during the Covid19 and migrant crisis to children and their families at high risk of family and community violence, poor access to education, health care and social protection for 5000 children including children with disabilities and their families by September 2023.

One Life 2
  • Progress : 2,500
  • Goal: 5,215

The overall aim of OneLife 3 is to build capacity and raise awareness of 5215 youths between the ages of 12 to 18 years and caregivers including teachers, PTA Executives, Schools Welfare Officers and parents on the issues of gender-based violence (GBV) and its relations to HIV/AIDS in an effort to prevent and reduce violence against women and girls over an eighteen (18) months period.

Youth Vision
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Project Purpose: Collaboration with the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, Child Care and Protection Agency to reintegrate 75 children coming into state care and stop the separation of 225 at risk children in Guyana receiving parental care by enabling their rights to quality family life through advocacy, training of stakeholders and supportive services inclusive of psychosocial support and parenting skills education by the end of March 2014.

Hug Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Overall Objective: Improve the lives of children experiencing violence and abuse to promote children’s rights and protection.

Specific objective:  1100 children from the Agricola and Ruimveldt communities have improved access to services and information to enable them to realize their rights by March 2013.

Digital Story Telling – Guyana
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Family for Every Child’s focus on children and families propelled the organization to introduce this tool to its work and build on the strength of its members to use this tool to probe children and their experiences within their families across varied socio-cultural-political contexts. Participants for DST initiative were 6 children between the ages of 9-14 years. With this intention, 8 members came on board early this year to participate, own and implement this initiative.

Child Rights Alliance
  • Progress : 2,000
  • Goal: 5,989

The Child Rights Alliance was established to protect at least 6,000 children in Regions 3, 4 and 5 from child abuse and violence. This Alliance consists of civil society groups, government agencies and regional stakeholders.

One Thousand Boys Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

The One Thousand Boys initiative builds on the work of ChildLinK and its international and local partners which commenced in 2010 with a campaign for the prevention of child sexual abuse (CSA) through the Tell Scheme initiative.  This campaign was designed by Unicef and Social Services at the launching of the sexual offences 2010 legislation and implemented nationally in Primary schools by ChildLinK across all ten regions to increase reporting of CSA.  Several subsequent supportive actions were designed and implemented in collaboration with government and international partners inclusive of the Ministry of Social Protection (MoSP) and its Childcare and Protection Agency (CPA) department, Ministry of Education (MoE), Guyana Police Force (GPF), the Judiciary, Unicef, Family For Every Child in the UK and local civil society partners.  The One Thousand Boys (OTB) action will widen collaboration, increase the target groups, deliver services in regions where no services currently exits and place greater emphasis on men and boys both as victims and perpetrators but more critically as advocates for preventing CSA.  This action will address the deeper societal and cultural complexities of CSA and identify the harmful social norms drivers of CSA to increase the responsibility on adults in protecting children.  New social norms will be introduced to increase reporting and prevention of CSA.  

Kinship Care
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Project Purpose: Collaboration with the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, Child Care and Protection Agency to reintegrate 75 children coming into state care and stop the separation of 225 at risk children in Guyana receiving parental care by enabling their rights to quality family life through advocacy, training of stakeholders and supportive services inclusive of psychosocial support and parenting skills education by the end of March 2014.

One Life 3
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Project Purpose:The overall aim of OneLife 3 is to build capacity and raise awareness of 5215 youths between the ages of 12 to 18 years and caregivers including teachers, PTA Executives, Schools Welfare Officers and parents on the issues of gender based violence (GBV) and its relations to HIV/AIDS in an effort to prevent and reduce violence against women and girls over an eighteen (18) months period.  These target groups will be identified from thirteen (13) secondary schools where there are high levels of violence, 8 in Region 4 (Georgetown), 3 in Region 3 and 2 in Region 10.  Students to be trained as Youth Advocates/Mentors (YAMs) will be identified from Forms 2 and 3 to further strengthen the sustainability of the initiative as those students are likely to remain in the schools for at least another 2/3 years.  The overall impact of this initiative is intended to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS by addressing issues related to gender discrimination, sexual and reproductive health, communication, conflicts, anger management and male/female relationships within the family and community.

Foster Care Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

Project Goal: Collaboration with the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, Child Care and Protection Unit for the placement or reintegration of 105 children into foster/kinship care (25 new and 80 existing), thus giving them a chance to grow and develop to their full potential free from violence and abuse.

Alternative Family -Based Care Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

The Overall Objective is to collaborate with the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security – Child Care & Protection Agency (MHSSS-CCPA) to build strong systems, policies, practices and guidelines that ensure the new child protection legislations becomes operational for the social protection of children to have family or family type environment to thrive and develop to their full potential free from abuse by Dec 2014.

Empowering Children in Difficult Circumstances (ECDC) Project
  • Progress : None
  • Goal: None

The Overall objective is to strengthen policies, practices and approaches to ensure social welfare services prevent and protect 12,650 children across Guyana from sexual violence by Dec 2015. This project has now evolved into the CAC project. 

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