Child sponsorship is a partnership with people who want to help children, families and the community. CESP is an effective and reliable way to give children from different communities a chance at a brighter future through different level of community engagement. For proper growth, children need to grow up in an environment that meets their needs today and their hopes and opportunities for tomorrow. So, the sponsorship program aims to enable and empower the family and the community through various programs for better future of children.
- To describe the standard approach to community engagement and sponsorship integration that must be used and implemented across all WVIN programming, at national and local levels.
- It outlines some specific programmatic activities that must be implemented across all Area Programs regardless of which TPs have been selected for implementation.
- Local advocacy activities to empower communities to engage in strengthening the systems, participatory governance, and services related to Child Protection, C
- Sponsorship management and RC engagement activities are to ensure WVIN adequately addresses cross cutting themes and core WV priorities such as child protection as well as meeting minimum sponsorship standards.
- Children from most vulnerable families of Garuda and Madhav Narayan Municipalities.
- Sponsorship Information flow programs in RDC Nepal, WVIN working area. i.e. Garuda and Madhav Narayan Municipality.
- Child Selection Committee Formation in coordination with local level (wards 8 and 9) of Garuda and Madhav Narayan Municipality
- Selection of potential Registered Child (RC) household and Registered 600 Children as RC.
- Supported 696 children of Garuda and Madhav Narayan municipality with school bag and educational materials.
- Supported 60 sets PPE through District Coordination Committee and District Health Office.
- Under micro project, 415 families from Madhav Narayan and 100 families from Garuda Municipalities (Altogether 515 families) were supported with food packages.
- Community people are the major source of information of locally available resources.
- Coordination with the local level and stakeholders is a crucial part for effective and efficient implementation of the program.
- Selection of children for registration must be done in meticulous way; majority of birth certificate of children does not replicate real age.