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1 Outcome mapping in child rights-based programming Plan Philippines long-term planning By: Manuel I. Madamba

2 Session Outline Child rights based approach to development Child rights based programming -defined The planning process The right-based framework Logic models Areas of change and whom change occur Defining outcomes – applied in programs Lessons

3 Child rights programming Using the principles of child rights to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate programs. (SAVE the Children, UK)

4 Where are we? Where do we want to be? How do we get there? How do we measure progress? Analyze situation from a child rights perspective Set Program Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes Define programs. Strategies, Interventions, Resources Formulate Monitoring, Evaluation and Research plan The planning process

5 WE and partners Strengthen accountability of duty bearers Support children to demand their rights Duty bearers Children (and their representatives) Changes in -Policies -Practices -Institutions -Attitudes -Participation - Behavior -Equality, etc Changes in childrens lives The rights-based approach

6 Input s Input s Activities Outputs Outcome s Outcome s Impact The logic model Intended results (changes) Our work Child rights and capacities Assumptions and Risks Current Future

7 Hierarchy of objectives

8 Whom change occur Duty-bearers Rights holders

9 Who are they? Duty-bearers have obligations to fulfill, protect and respect childrens rights Parents Service providers State Civil society groups/NGOs Rights holders – children or their representatives are entitled to claim their rights, Hold duty bearer accountable, Have responsibility to respect rights of others (this puts them in the role of duty-bearer)

10 Areas of change Policies and laws Information Budgets and resources Economy that enables rights Equity and non-discrimination Independent judiciary and monitoring mechanisms Childrens participation and active citizenship Capacity and commitment of society to support and demand childrens rights Attitudes, behaviors, practices, norms and values Quality of institutions

11 Defining outcomes – how?

12 Pre-requisites 1. Establishing the child rights situation – Determine worst rights violations- child rights mapping – Analyze direct and underlying causes of a worst right violation – Stakeholders capacity gap analysis 2. Defining the strategic goals – Program goals – Program objectives – Program outcomes

13 Defining outcomes: Steps 1.What are the Program objectives? 2.Who are the duty-bearers and rights holders ? 3.What changes in them are needed in order to achieve the program objectives? 4.What should we do to influence these changes?

14 Determining Outcomes – applied in programs

15 Example : Our country program goals Programme Goal All children are healthy and well- nourished to be able to attend and learn in school. Programme Goal All children are healthy and well- nourished to be able to attend and learn in school. Programme Goal All children are free from all forms of abuse, exploitation, violence, and from harm due to disasters and climate risks that interfere with their education Programme Goal All children are free from all forms of abuse, exploitation, violence, and from harm due to disasters and climate risks that interfere with their education Over-all Goal: All Filipino children enjoy their right to education. Over-all Goal: All Filipino children enjoy their right to education. Programme Goal All children complete quality education. Programme Goal All children complete quality education. Programme Goal All children, based on their evolving capacity, participate in advancing their education and other rights Programme Goal All children, based on their evolving capacity, participate in advancing their education and other rights

16 The country programs 1.Learned Child Program 2. Healthy Child Program 3.Protected Child Program 4.Children and Youth Engagement Program

17 Our country programmes Learned Child (Education) Healthy Child (Health) Protected Child (Protection) Children/ Youth Engagement ( Participation) Disaster and Climate Risk Reduction Gender Equality and Inclusion and Inclusion

18 Our country strategies Address the violations and gaps in provision on the right to education and other underlying rights focusing on the most marginalized. Strengthen the capacity of duty bearers to meet their obligations and empower rights holders, especially the marginalized, to claim their rights. Influence reforms in the policies, practices, systems and structures that will enable duty- bearers to meet and be accountable for their obligations. Strategy #1 Strategy #2 Strategy #3

19 Step 1 1. What are the Program objectives? - Translate program goals to objectives 2. Who are the duty-bearers and rights holders? 3. What changes in them are needed in order to achieve the program objectives? 4. What should we do to influence these changes?

20 Goal 1: All children complete quality basic education Program Objectives by 2014, – All pre-school aged boys and girls in partner communities participate in early education programs; – All school-aged boys and girls in partner communities complete elementary and secondary education; – All children in-school learn effectively.

21 Goal 2: All children are healthy and well- nourished to be able to attend and learn in school Program Objectives by 2014, – All children 0-6 years old in Plan partner communities are well nourished; – All children are protected from diarrhea, pneumonia, and other preventable diseases

22 Goal 3: All children are protected from abuse, exploitation, violence, and harm from disasters that interfere with their right to education. Program Objectives by 2014 – All children in partner communities are protected from abuse, trafficking, and hard labor; – All children in partner communities are protected from harm caused by disasters and climate changes.

23 Goal 4 : All children, based on their evolving capacities, participate in advancing their education and other rights. Program Objective by 2014: – Children, based on their evolving capacities, in partner communities participate in decision making.

24 Step 2 1.What are the Program objectives? 2.Who are the duty-bearers and rights holders ? 3.What changes in them are needed in order to achieve the program objectives? 4.What should we do to influence these changes?

25 Example: Who are the stakeholders for this program objective? By 2014, all children in partner communities are protected from abuse, trafficking, and hard labor. Duty bearersRights holders Parents Teachers Schools Child Protection units Communities Local Government Children especially those vulnerable to abuse, and child abuse survivors

26 Step 3 1.What are the Program objectives? 2.Who are the duty-bearers and rights holders? 3.What changes in them are needed in order to achieve the program objectives? 4.What should we do to influence these changes?

27 Key changes we expect to see: Children Girls/boys are able to report any cases of children and women abuses to proper authorities; Girls/boys in need of special protection ( including those affected by disasters are provided with appropriate care and protection; Children do not abuse children or adults. Parents Parents practice positive discipline; Fathers participate in child rearing; Adults report any cases of children and women abuses to proper authorities; Families of children survivors avail of child and women protection services;

28 Key changes we expect to see: Teachers and Schools All teachers practice positive discipline (no corporal punishment) in schools; All schools implement a continuing training and or awareness campaigns on child protection for children, parents and teachers; Schools have school improvement plans that include safety and emergency measures; The Child Protection units and the communities All municipalities have functional Child Protection Units; Village Councils for the Protection of Children are able to report to proper authorities and respond to child protection issues; Village Disaster Coordinating Councils implement measures to prevent and respond to disaster and emergencies;

29 Key changes we expect to see: Local Government All municipalities have functioning community level birth registry system. Community based organizations report to proper authorities any abuse cases; All municipalities have an approved municipal development plans and budget for child protection services. Judiciary prioritize to act and prosecute to child abuse cases

30 Step 4 1.What are the Program objectives? 2.Who are the duty-bearers and rights holders? 3.What changes in them are needed in order to achieve the program objectives? 4.What should we do to influence these changes?

31 Key program strategies (example) Increase capacity of local governments, child protection agencies, communities, and schools to protect children from abuse in the home, school and community; Reduce child protection risks through raising awareness at the child, parent and community level; Contribute to civil societies efforts to bring about policy and practice reform to strengthen the national child protection system, with particular attention to the situation of children from excluded groups. Step 4: What should we do to contribute to changes identified?

32 Lessons on the process Need to have a careful analysis of the status of child rights, capacities duty bearers (including us) to help us determine the changes we want to influence; Ownership is key to the success of any plan. People commit to something they create.

33 Lessons Even with available rights programming tools and how to guides, users should be flexible and creative enough to modify and improve the tools and processes during actual use; In rights programming, the focus is on the change in people and institutions necessary for children to enjoy their rights.

34 Lessons Biases can be avoided with good design and facilitation skills, participatory decision- making processes, respect for each others opinion, and availability of adequate factual evidences. External inputs are valuable. Planning is a highly iterative and interactive process where flexibility and creativity are key.

35 Creating equal opportunities for Filipino children Thank you


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