The overall goal of the project is to strengthen decentralized social service delivery through an effective child protection system in Nepal, with special focus on the following:
(i) developing and improving decentralized social service delivery programmes and mechanisms to deliver services and support to vulnerable families and families-in-crisis to prevent incidence of separated children.
(ii) ensuring professional capacity and quality of services to meet the minimum standards of care for vulnerable children;
(iii) developing and improving national level mechanisms to organize and manage child protection services, with an emphasis on governance of decentralized service delivery by the public and private sectors, and regulatory activities (licensing, registering and accreditation);
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