This document is a guide to assessment and interdisciplinary case management for providing help to children and families at risk or in a difficult situation in Russia. The document outlines the basics of interdisplinary case management; the aims, principles and parameters of assessing the needs of the child and the family; recommended assessment tools; and recommendations on methods of using these tools.
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The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for implementation of the National Case Management System (NCMS) for the care, protection and welfare of children in Zimbabwe. It includes core concepts and principles, standard operating procedures, and forms applicable in similar contexts.
The aim of the Handbook is to help to standardize practice in child protection case management in Uganda. It takes the practitioners through various stages of case management from case identification to case closure.
This resource aims to set standards for quality, compassionate care for GBV survivors in humanitarian settings, with a particular focus on the provision of case management services. This document was developed for staff of organizations who provide care, support and protection services to GBV survivors in humanitarian settings, including social work-informed case management and psychosocial support.
This Manual includes background information, standard operating procedures with documentation tools and job aids on case management. It aims to support social workers from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare in Namibia in their daily work to effectively support vulnerable children and families with user-friendly guidance in case management. The last job aid is a manual on supportive supervision.
The tool provides guidance on assessing children in alternative care in South Africa, taking into account the child’s well-being and developmental strengths and needs.
A standard version of case management methodology for social service workers providing services to families and children in Moldova
This resource book aims to introduce the PDAK Child and Family Support Center as a childcare paradigm shift from institutionalization toward family-based and alternative care. It focuses on the strengthen of professional social workers in providing social services with the best interests of children and family in mind. Using a case management model, the workforce and government work together to protect children and deliver an effective child protection system.
A Toolkit was developed for the Europe and Eurasia Bureau of the United States Agency for International Development. It provides the user with a comprehensive assessment framework for analyzing current systems, procedures, and practices against international standards and professional case management practices at both the case level and system level
This framework has been developed with the aim of providing standard procedures, assessment and planning tools, and guidance in the delivery of case management services. As Malawi moves forward to build a holistic child protection system, case management will serve as a core anchor and a mobilizing force for child protection.
The IRC, in partnership with UNICEF, developed field-tested guidelines and tools for health and psychosocial staff working with child survivors of sexual abuse in humanitarian settings. They include new care guidelines for child survivors and tools to build the capacity of service providers. The toolkit includes a chapter on how to adapt the case management process for this target group (Chapter 5) and related tools. Available in English and French.
This document provides a general framework of agreed principles, considerations, steps and procedures for effective child protection case management in line with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action. The guidance is also relevant for non-humanitarian settings.
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