The project ’Piloting a Child Protection Index in Moldova and Georgia’ was financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Romanian Official Development Assistance, and implemented by UNDP – BRC (the United Nations Development Program – Bratislava Regional Centre) and implemented by the Romanian Federation for NGOs for Child (FONPC), the Moldavian Alliance of Active NGOs in the field of social protection of family and child (APSCF), the Georgian Coalition for Child and Youth Welfare (GCCYW) and ChildPact.
The main goal of the project was to create an evidence based snapshot of government action and gaps so as to better direct efforts and resources by piloting a Child Protection Index in Georgia and Moldova. The Index is providing a benchmark to significantly improve the lives of vulnerable children.
- Collect data with support from child protection experts from Georgia and the Republic of Moldova and using an indicator’s framework previously developed by ChildPact. The indicators framework focuses on themes taken directly from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: separation from parents, protection from violence, children deprived of family care, adoption protocols, children with disabilities, child labour, children and drug abuse, sexual exploitation, prevention of abduction, sale and trafficking of children, protection from other forms of exploitation, torture, degrading treatment and deprivation of liberty, and protection of children in armed conflict.
- Develop a data management system to aggregate the data collected.
- Design and test the visualisation platform of the Child Protection Index.
- Launch the Child Protection Index; develop a report to be sent to the relevant authorities at governmental, regional and European level.