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Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems

Jun
30

Learning from STRIVE: Improving Child Wellbeing through Integrated Development

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1825 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, 8th floor
Washington, DC, United States 20009
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Jun 30, 2015 (Tue), 1:30pm-4:30pm (US EDT)

USAID
FHI 360

 


After more than seven years of program implementation and research, the STRIVE program is coming to an end. To mark the end of this program, FHI 360 is hosting a closing event that will reflect on program learning.

This event will be available both in-person and via webcast.

STRIVE identified several core areas of learning related to working across sectors, working with complex programming in challenging contexts, and engaging in good monitoring, evaluation, and impact assessment. At this closing event, STRIVE researchers, staff, and invited guests will present recommendations on how to move practice forward to improve children's wellbeing through programs that integrate economic strengthening with other complementary interventions.  The event will include moderated discussion with panelists.

Agenda 

1:30-2:15   Welcome and Overview of STRIVE
2:15-2:50   Session 1: Deep Engagement with Communities leads to Better Understanding of Context
2:50-3:25   Session 2: Unpacking Household Dynamics
3:25-3:45   Session 3: Child-Level Monitoring and Evaluation are Essential
3:45-4:15   Recommendations from STRIVE
4:00-4:30   Taking it Forward 

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Have questions about about this event? Please contact STRIVE.
 
 
In October 2007, USAID’s Displaced Children and Orphans Fund (DCOF), in close collaboration with the USAID Microenterprise Development office, initiated the STRIVE (Supporting Transformation by Reducing Insecurity and Vulnerability with Economic Strengthening) Program, which is led by FHI 360 and partners AFE, ACDI/VOCA, MEDA, and Save the Children. STRIVE used market-led economic strengthening initiatives to benefit vulnerable youth and children. The program aimed to fill current knowledge gaps about effective economic strengthening approaches and their impact on reducing the vulnerability of children and youth.
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