The RISE Learning Project is facilitating learning on Recovery and Reintegration (R&R) approaches that improve outcomes for children and adolescents affected by sexual exploitation (CSE). One of our methods to achieve this is through the implementation of learning projects: these are small reflective practice projects which allow practitioners on the ground to undertake a piece of work, learn together with peers and share their experiences with the wider community of practice.
The first learning project on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of reintegration, which we will be launching soon, is building on the work of Homehttp://www.childrecovery.info, which included this element of M&E. Home produced a draft toolkit in 2013 and we are aiming to refresh this, share it and encourage practitioners to implement some of the tools and participate in learning activities.
Since this work in 2013 we are aware that there have been further efforts to push forward with learning how best to carry out M&E of the effectiveness of reintegration of children, in particular children affected by CSE but also reintegration of children from other situations of adversity or separation from their families. To help us recognise, learn from and build on these most recent efforts, we were hoping that you, as a key player in this area of work, might be willing to identify and share any publications or information from projects to generate learning on M&E of reintegration, which have been developed over the past three years.
So please do post in the link here in this conversation or send to [email protected], any such reports or information you may wish to share, particularly in the context of South and Central Asia – we are keen to build on the good work that is out there!