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Presentations from Working Group 5: Targeting, forecasting and planning the establishment of a continuum of services

WG 5: Targeting, forecasting and planning the establishment of a continuum of services

South East Europe Consultation
Reform of the child care system: Taking stock and accelerating action
5 July 2007

Facilitator / Chairperson: Mr. JOHN INNES, World Bank Turkey
Technical Resource Person: Ms. VESNA BOSNJAK, Senior Expert, ISS International Social Services
Rapporteur: Ms. SÉVERINE JACOMY, Independent Consultant

Working group framework and introduction by the Chairperson. Mr. JOHN INNES, World Bank Turkey

Topic I: National planning related to de-institutionalization

Ms. TZVETA ANTONOVA, Acting Director of the Analysis and Standards Department, State Agency for Child Protection, Bulgaria: Design and testing of an instrument for defining future residential institution scenarios.

Ms. REIMA ANA MAGLAJLIC HOLICEK, Independent Consultant: Planning, application, monitoring and evaluation of de-institutionalization targets and activities in 4 countries.

Ms. VESNA BOSNJAK, Senior Expert, ISS International Social Services:  Planning and change management beyond declarations of intentions - missing ingredients in regulatory efforts to foster de-institutionalization.

Topic II: Implementing de-institutionalization projects and programmes

Ms. JULIA DOWN, Hopes and Homes, Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Methods of work and planning steps in deinstitutionalization and after-care – lessons learnt.

Ms. LOUISA KASPARIAN, Deputy Head of Social Assistance Department, Varna Municipality, Bulgaria: Decision-making structures and planning processes in Varna.

Ms. DIANA VAKARELSKA, Programme Officer Social Policy and Planning, UNICEF Bulgaria: The importance and implementation of medium level planning of care services.


 

 

 
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