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Evaluating outcomes: Retrak's use of the Child Status Index to measure wellbeing of street-connected children

Corcoran, SL and Wakia, J (2013) Evaluating outcomes: Retrak's use of the Child Status Index to measure wellbeing of street-connected children. UNSPECIFIED. Retrak.

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Abstract

Retrak’s vision is a world where no child is forced to live on the street. The child is always at the centre of our work and therefore measurements of organisational impact must place the progress of the child at the centre of assessment. In establishing a system of measurement to effectively and consistently monitor the changes in the lives of children as a result of Retrak’s work, the Child Status Index (CSI) has been adapted to apply to the context of children connected to the street. This paper is the initial review of the findings of the CSI in the pilot period, 2011 and 2012, as a measurement of child wellbeing and a tool for tracking children’s progress along their Retrak journey to establish the impact of Retrak’s programmes in both Ethiopia and Uganda.

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