The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse has launched a grant programme to help front-line services tackling child sexual abuse and child sexual exploitation put evaluation frameworks in place. Deadline for applications is midday on 7th July 2017.
‘The Centre is delighted to announce the launch of its first grant programme.
Front-line services tackling child sexual abuse / exploitation (CSA/E) can struggle to evidence the effectiveness of their service delivery because they lack the time, resources, or expertise to put in place evaluation frameworks to capture evidence of ‘what works’.
This fund aims to assist services to put in place the fundamental building blocks that lay the basis for evaluation.
The fund will make grants of up to £25,000 for no fewer than ten not-for-profit organisations in the child sexual abuse and child exploitation sectors.
This fund contributes towards the Centre’s aim to improve understanding of what works to prevent and tackle child sexual abuse and exploitation – ultimately to improve the response to, and outcomes for, children and young people.’
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