Child Protection Case Management
“Through a better coordination of efforts of American People and Childcare organization and other development partners, together we can make a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable children.”
Child Protection Case Management
A coordinated service delivery approach at the individual and household level, involving the identification of vulnerable children, assessment and planning, referral to services and follow up, in collaboration with the extended family, community and other service providers.
Case management takes a lot of coordinating with others. The case manager does not directly solve the problems of the client but rather assess the client’s needs and links them to service providers and then follows up.
Individual and household levels
This recognizes the fact that many of the child’s problems will be resolved by dealing with problems at the household level. Because children are so dependent on their families, case management work must focus on this.. However, some problems are individual to the child and must be dealt with at that level.
Identification, Assessment, Planning, Referrals and Follow up
Are all key steps involved in case management.
In collaboration with extended family, community and service providers.
Emphasizes the fact that the family is encompassed with the extended family and the community. These are natural and informal helping systems that may be culturally appropriate and sustainable, but specialized services provide by more organization like Malawi children may be more appropriate in specific situations
Reduction in child labour (children aged 5- 14 )
Vulnerable children at St. Micheals primary school being supported with school supplies like uniforms, books and clothes standing with their teacher Mrs. Gondwe
GOAL AND OBJECTIVES OF CHILD PROTECTION CASE MANAGEMENT
GOAL – The goal of Child Protection Case Management is to protect children from violence, abuse, exploitation, neglect and the impact of HIV/AIDS by 2018.
Children in child headed households
The AIDS pandemic has created a growing number of children who have lost both parents, they are three weeks old since their mother passed away.Many Malawian children do not have a good start to life but with support from American People we are able to take care , support and protect these children.
Vaness Binali at namithethe CBCC received a Pack Bag.
Mayeso Phiri received his Pack bag and he is a happy boy
Thanks God by Singing after receiving the Bag
Children on Direct Support
Hopson ng’ombe of Khalora Village
Almost 35 children on ART supported
Children being given all the necessities of life including a goats
The District commissioner for Zomba, Mr. Ben. Nkasala presiding over
Mattress were given and these little ones have never slept on a mattress , thank God for His mercies
Child Protection Case Worker
The project is being coordinated by the Government and Childcare Organization implements it with Support from Deldotto’s family
Supported with basic needs
children are waiting to receive the suppot
school uniform being provided
Gods’ s love
At Ana ndi Athu Community Based Childcare Center, under five being provided with nutritious foods after learning.
Most of these Children are Orphans affected and infected by HIV/AIDS
A caregivers assisting children to clean their hands before taking vitae meals provided by the center with support from Mary Jonston
The center promotes a Child friendly environment and it is a protective environment such that by-laws are in place to protect albinos from perpetrators. They are human beings are they are created in the image of God.