On January 30, 2015, the CPC Learning Network and International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) co-hosted a webinar to share findings on how World Vision UK’s child protection program includes and impacts the most vulnerable children in Cambodia, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo. This webinar was the first in the webinar series “Reaching the Most Vulnerable Children: Strategies for Strengthening Child Protection Systems”, hosted by the IICRD and the CPC Learning Network. Phillip Cook (IICRD) and CPC faculty affiliate Mike Wessells (Columbia University) presented their research findings and discussed implications for child protection programming with hard-to-read children.
The research consultancy being conducted by the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) and Columbia University for World Vision UK (WVUK). The research mandate is to assess and analyze the extent to which WVUK is reaching ‘the most poor and marginalised’ or Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) through its Child Protection programming – with funding from the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA).