|Name:||Inkwanca Home-Based Care Programme|
Despite the magnitude and negative consequences of growth in orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in South Africa and in sub-Saharan Africa, insufficient documentation exists to describe strategies for improving the well-being of these children. There is urgent need to learn more about how to improve the effectiveness, quality, and reach of efforts designed to address the needs of OVC, as well as to replicate programmatic approaches that work well in the African context. Governments, donors, and nongovernmental organisation (NGO) programme managers need more information on how to reach more OVC with services to improve their well-being.
In an attempt to fill these knowledge gaps, this case study was conducted to impart a thorough understanding of Inkwanca Home-Based Care Programme and to document lessons learned that can be shared with other initiatives. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in South Africa commissioned this activity to gain further insight into OVC interventions receiving financial support through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (emergency plan). This OVC case study, one of a series of case studies documenting OVC interventions in South Africa, was researched and written by Khulisa Management Services (Johannesburg, South Africa) with technical support from MEASURE Evaluation and with funding from the emergency plan and USAID/South Africa.
|Author:||Gareth Rossiter et al.|
|Publisher:||Khulisa Management Services|
|Categories:||Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Policy and governance
|Document User Groups:||Donors and Policy Makers
|Document Countries:||South Africa
|Document Theme Groups:||School Health and Nutrition
|Filetype:||pdf (Mime Type: application/pdf)|
|Created On:||07/06/2012 07:13|
|Last updated on:||07/06/2012 07:19|