Posted on September 06, 2018

A training workshop for results-based child rights programmes concluded, with the participation of 40 trainees from different ministries and governmental entities related to children. 

The three-day workshop was organised by the Family Affairs Department in the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, in cooperation with Unicef. The workshop aimed to brief the attendees with the general principles of the Convention on the rights of a child and the ways to use it to implement the child rights-based programming approach, practically and in highly interactive ways through the general provisions and principles of the convention and laws that take into account the actions of children and studies from a practical perspective.

The workshop covered the other main tools for child rights, such Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Convention No. 182 and Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). The workshop also focused on social integration, promoting the capacities to implement results-based management (RBM) to improve the effectiveness of child rights programs. The participants were also briefed on RBM through improving knowledges and understanding of concept, design, planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation of programmes and documentation of results. 

source: The Peninsula