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World Vision City Kidz Evaluation Project
Aug 24, 2012
CCBR will develop a detailed evaluation framework and training manual related to World Vision's resilience-inspired child well-being model (considering dimensions of hope, education, safety and health). These products may be potentially useful to other World Vision Canadian programs. The purpose of this evaluation was to assess the outcomes and implementation of City Kidz' core programs, and to identify future directions for improving on and replicating these programs in low-income communities across Canada.
This is a followup to a project with World Vision from 2011, where an outcome evaluation of World Vision Canada's child poverty projects in Canada was conducted. It involved an assessment of the impact (changes) that had resulted for children who participated in programming. See more here .
In 2007, CCBR worked with House of Friendship reviewing the community needs, promising practices, and partnership opportunities in after school programming towards the establishment of a sustainable model for after school programs for disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Waterloo Region. Read more here .
Formerly Centre for Research and Education in Human Services (CREHS)