”AVE COPII” Better capacities – better protection for children
The EVA project - strengthened gender action in Cahul and Ungheni districts
The purpose of the project
The main highlights of this intervention will focus on the strengthening the work of multidisciplinary teams in Cahul and Ungheni, in order to help them reach their full potential and functionality. By using a variety of
The main highlights of this intervention will focus on the strengthening the work of multidisciplinary teams in Cahul and Ungheni, in order to help them reach their full potential and functionality. By using a variety of methods of delivering trainings (sectoral and intersectoral training groups, summer and winter schools, follow-ups, supervision) to the members of the multidisciplinary teams, the programme will aim to contribute to the more effective approaches regarding the service providers’ response to cases of violence against children. This will consequently make available the necessary tools and skills to timely identify, properly assess and refer victims and potential victims of violence to available community services.
The Project proposal targets two components, including:
development MDT capacity to respond to violence cases, GBV, including sexual violence, at various stages of the violence cycle;
strengthening the data collection system at the local level and its usage, by the service providers, for evidence-based interventions on tackling VAC.
The first component of the project will envisage building the capacities of 200 front-line professionals working in the 12 targeted communities. A Senior Specialist in Social Work (SSSW) will be hired to conceptualize the training programme, develop the training manual and deliver the trainings, including:
two days base workshops for 200 professionals (10 base 2-days workshops for 20 professionals),
16 one-day follow up workshops (2/ district/ quarter),
one winter and one summer school for at least 40 professionals to be delivered online in the summer of 2021 and winter of 2022,
one weekly visit per target district for outreach professional supervision,
weekly 2-hours on-line supervision workshop per community.
The training activities will be preceded by a training needs assessment of specific professionals working in child protection, and based on the conclusions of the training needs assessment, subsequently to develop the training concept & materials, as well as develop linear monitoring of the trainees' knowledge, attitudes and practices that will be applied during the project implementation.