Joint evaluation of two projects: ‘Strengthening the National Referral System in Moldova’ implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM); and ‘Fight Against Child Trafficking (FACT) II Transnational Action Moldova, Russia, Ukraine’ implemented by Swiss foundation Terre des hommes.
Assessed achievements of the previous project phase (TACT III – Transnational Actions against Child Trafficking). Developed a monitoring system for the implementation of the €2.3 million CPSN and drafted a monitoring and evaluation plan.
The original aim of the FACT project was to reduce the risk of child trafficking by focusing specifically on children at risk of trafficking, and to repatriate victims of child trafficking from Russia. Research revealed that increased risk of child trafficking was found to be closely associated with the difficult socio-economic conditions affecting many families … Read more
Evaluation of the project ‘Fight Against Child Trafficking in the Republic of Moldova’ (FACT)for UNICEF Moldova.
The Mario II project operated in 15 countries with 19 partners from 2012 to 2014. It aimed to protect migrant children and young people moving through Europe by enhancing the capacities of child protection authorities in European Countries, and by undertaking advocacy at European level.
Developed a monitoring and evaluation framework for the Mario II child protection project. The Mario II project aimed to protect ‘children on the move’ across Europe by enhancing the capacities of child protection authorities in European Countries, and by undertaking advocacy at European level
The project aimed to enhance the role of young people in local human rights-related advocacy and local decision-making processes. It also aimed to build confidence between different ethnic groups within and between project countries. Project activities focused on vulnerable and marginalised groups, including women and internally displaced people.
The Women in Politics project (WiP) project is implemented jointly by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Armenia and OxYGen Foundation. The project commenced in November 2018 and is due to be competed in 2021. The overall goal of the project is to increase the political participation of women, with specific focus on enhanced representation … Read more
The CSSP was launched in January 2017 with a budget of EUR 1,400,000 provided by the European Union (EU). It aimed to develop and diversify the civil society sector to promote an inclusive, competent, and responsive civil society in Abkhazia and, to the extent possible, in South Ossetia. The CSSP provided capacity building and networking support … Read more
This was an important strategic review covering a major evolution in Tdh structures and processes in Europe. Tdh has been implementing pilot decentralisation schemes in three regions of the world as part of a major strategic reorientation in the way that it addresses issues facing children. The review of decentralisation in Europe provided strategic recommendations … Read more