ChildPact to Develop Strategy

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Under the project Unified Voices for Children, financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), through World Vision Germany and Agroinvest Serbia, ChildPact‘s team continues to grow.

The project partners are seven ChildPact members from the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and South Caucasus: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, and Serbia. ChildPact with all its 10 members (the 7 mentioned above and Azerbaijan, Romania and Bulgaria) is a beneficiary.

ChildPact has engaged a new consultant to work on ChildPact’s Strategy . 

Cristina Rigman is already working to develop the strategy of ChildPact. During a two days meeting in Belgrade in July 2015, Cristina has facilitated a workshop with the secretariat and ChildPact’s coalition representatives to  discuss ChildPact’s progress from its establishment in 2011 and the future directions of the coalition. Cristina is now finalizing the consultation process with members and is working on a proposal for re-defining the future directions of ChildPact (including the vision, mission, values and objectives). The new strategy aims at greater efficiency and includes a monitoring mechanism to measure progress and effectiveness.