CHILDREN’S TURN: REHABILITATION OF SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN

Our client was an international NGO with a well-regarded rehabilitation programme for sexually exploited children. Although the programme was a success, they were hindered in requesting more funds from their sponsors because they had not allocated initial resources for Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E): the only data they had was qualitative.

CHILDREN’S TURN: REHABILITATION OF SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN

XSIGHTS was asked to establish an M&E system  and determine the performance criteria. First, XSIGHTS interviewed the children who benefited from the programme and the project volunteers. Then, the importance of M&E was outlined. Using a easily understandable question form, a qualitative data was collected from the children. The data was associated  with the increase in school attendance and grades. Our client then received the necessary funds for the continuance of the programme.