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Sectors: Co-op & Development, Culture - Media, Education - Training, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, SMEs, Universities

Regions: Developing countries, European Economic Area, Mediterranean countries, New Independant States, Worldwide

Category: Call for proposals

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Funds for: provide quality care for children
Main Beneficiairies: Civil Society Organisations 

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: provide quality care for children
Main Beneficiairies: Civil Society Organisations

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives 
– To ensure better outcomes for children by ensuring better implementation of the United Nations’s Guidelines for the alternative care of children in their entirety, so that children enjoy equal chances to reach their full potential in societies; 
– To provide quality care for children;  
– Enabling governments to provide and take control of quality alternative care provision to children who are deprived of parental care; 
– Regulating and monitoring the quality of the alternative care solutions provided to children who are deprived of parental care; 
– Supporting the transition from institutional to community-based care; 
– Preventing the unnecessary separation of children from their families 

Priorities 
– Enabling government to provide and take control of quality alternative care provision in line with UN’s Guidelines on alternative care of children; 
– Providing quality alternative care for children who are deprived of parental care; 
– Supporting the transition from institutional to community-based care 

Among financed actions 
– Engaging with governments on the proper regulation, inspection and supervision of alternative care provision;
– Building the workforce (direct informal carers, care professionals and those in related social services) at national and subnational levels; 
– Raising awareness among families and communities on the rights of the child and the importance of protecting boys and girls, and providing them with a stable nurturing environment