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Child-led awareness raising on children's rights – oPt

The project ‘Child-led awareness raising on children's rights’ in Gaza was implemented by War Child partner organisation Shababik.

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Connect.Teaching – South Sudan

Connect.Teaching is an innovative project in South Sudan that aims to improve the quality of learning in primary school classrooms.

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E-Learning – Sudan

The e-Learning Sudan project is another innovation project that showed promising outcomes in 2013.

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Psychosocial support for children affected by the wall in Bethlehem – oPt

In 2013, War Child commissioned the evaluation of the ‘Psychosocial support for children affected by the wall in Bethlehem 2012-2013’ project, in which 160 children participated in the psychosocial life skills methodology I DEAL.

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Child protection - Colombia

In Colombia, an external evaluator reviewed the activities of four of War Child’s new partners within the Conn@ct.Now! project: COCA, CECIDIC, Pastoral Social and Fundacion Talentos.

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Operational risks in 2013

Working closer to conflicts increases the risks to our projects and staff.

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Managing operational risks

War Child works in politically unstable areas. Changes in local government policies and political relationships can form major risks to the continuation of local War Child programmes and may have a significant impact on our ability to reach children and compromise the safety of staff members.

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Financial risks

Achieving War Child’s objectives for children affected by armed conflict requires multi-year financial commitments. Income levels can fluctuate on a yearly basis, while at the same time, multi-year programming obligations have to be fulfilled.

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Managing financial risks

In order to reduce investment and foreign exchange risks, War Child adheres to a strict Treasury Policy, which is approved by the Supervisory Board.

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Integrity

War Child has gained the trust of the individuals, companies and other organisations that donate money. This trust comes with a responsibility to ensure that the money is spent properly.

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