Stronger Networks for Children

Stronger Networks for Children 2015-2016

The project is financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Romanian Official Development Assistance, and implemented by UNDP – BRC (the United Nations Development Program – Bratislava Regional Centre), and by the partners World Vision Romania, the Armenian Child Protection Network, NGO Alliance for Children’s Rights Azerbaijan, the Georgian Coalition for Child and Youth Welfare (GCCYW), the Moldavian Alliance of Active NGOs in the field of social protection of family and child (APSCF) and Women’s Consortium of Ukraine.

The project aims to strengthen the child protection and welfare systems in the wider Black Sea area so that vulnerable children have their rights guaranteed.


  • Organize a training for coalition management. The ‘central training’ will take place during two days and it will mainly focus on good governance elements and methods such as: leadership, mission and strategy, internal administration, program development and implementation, fund-raising and income generation, diversity management, partnerships and collaboration, evaluation, marketing, positioning, and planning.
  • Develop a capacity assessment instrument and implement it to collect capacity information from ChildPact and its members from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.
  • Develop national capacity assessment reports and an overall ChildPact capacity report.
  • Develop an advocacy strategy for ChildPact and its members involved in this project so that their voice can be better heard at national and international level, in particular with the EU decision-makers. A number of policy briefs and policy recommendations will reflect concerns relevant for all coalition members.

For more details about the project, please download this document.