Children in Crisis (CiC)

Children in Crisis Background

Children in Crisis (CiC) was founded in 1993 and exists to improve the lives of children around the world affected by conflict, deprivation, poverty or other hidden crises, by working in partnership with local communities to provide education, health and protection. CiCs’ vision is of a world where all children have access to education to enable them to fulfil their potential, to live positive, healthy lives and contribute to the development of the societies in which they live. 

Children in Crisis in Afghanistan

CiC started working in Afghanistan in 1997.  Since that time we have supported a range of initiatives, been one of a very few agencies with a presence under the Taliban and importantly established a good reputation with our partners and successive Afghan governments.  Since 2001 we have focussed on education, with teacher training and the provision of schools materials mainstays of our programme. CiC implemented a Street and Working Children’s project in Kabul city from 2003 – 2008 which included social workers providing support to children and families.  Over this time CiC has built up a considerable amount of experience in the field of social welfare, family liaison and child rights and child protection.  In addition, CiC worked with orphanage staff over a period of 15 months in 2004/5, to institute an orphan reunification project in Kabul. 

In 2007 CiC became one of the partner agencies working with UNICEF on the Social Work Coaching Project which aims to build the capacity of government staff on social work skills and develop local community child protection systems.  CiC works in 6 provinces in Central region on this project and is supporting the development of social work in Afghanistan.

CiCs approach to working with children

All of CiC’s work is informed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as ratified by the Afghan government in 1994 and by our Child Protection Policy (CPP).  CiC as an organisation commits itself to supporting to staff to be able to implement the Child Protection Policy.  To this end CiC will provide training for new staff and refresher training for long term CiC staff members.  CiC has nominated three staff members as Child Protection Officers.  Any allegations of child abuse, within CiC centres or outside must be referred to these Child Protection Officers. 

Staff who, in the centres, are suspected of or alleged to:

hit or beat children,
use bad language, threaten or bully children
sexually abuse children 

will be suspended and an investigation carried out.  Disciplinary measures will be taken depending on the outcome of the investigation.


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Background

موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطریک موسسه بریتانوی بوده که ازسال 1997  به این طرف درافغانستان درراستای تعلیم وتربیه ، امورات اجتماعی وتبلیغات صحی برای اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب وفامیل های بی بضاعت فعالت نموده ومینماید 
که به همین اساس مراکزتعلیمی وتربیتی موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطر درسال جاری هم  دربعضی نواحی شهرکابل موقعیت دارد که درمراکزمتذکره اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب ازقشراناث وذکور تحت پروگرام آموزش سریع درمدت سه سال ازصنف اول الی ششم را مطابق نصاب تعلیمی وزارت معارف جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان تکمیل نموده وبه صنف هفتم مکاتب دولتی قریب منازل مسکونی شان ازطریق ریاست معارف شهرکابل به اساس پروتوکولی که درزمینه موجود است معرفی وبه دروس شان ادامه داده میتوانند
هم چنان درمراکزمتذکره صنوف کمکی ، سواد آموزی ، خیاطی ، موجود بوده وتبلیغات صحی به شاگردان  وفامیل هاهم صورت میگیرد
 


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being.


Children in Crisis (CiC)

About children in Crisis (CiC):
Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being.
Under the project ‘Safer Children, Safer Communities: Putting the Juvenile Code into Practice’ Children in Crisis (CiC) provide support services to children in conflict with the law. Specifically the project supports the delivery of educational and vocational courses to juveniles sentenced to the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre (JRC).


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Children in Crisis (CiC) is a British NGO which has been working in Afghanistan since 1997. CiC is implementing a social work coaching project across 4 provinces in the central region of Afghanistan. The project aims to provide support and coaching to social workers in government institutions, such as orphanages, ( JRC) Juvenile Rehabilitation Center and build community based child protection services to Children identified as “ as risk”.


Children in Crisis (CiC)

About children in Crisis (CiC): Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being. Under the project ‘Safer Children, Safer Communities: Putting the Juvenile Code into Practice’ Children in Crisis (CiC) provide support services to children in conflict with the law. Specifically the project supports the delivery of educational and vocational courses to juveniles sentenced to the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre (JRC).


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Background:

Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being.                                                                                                                                                                         The Project: Children in Crisis is working on education and children protection projects to improve the well-being of children in Afghanistan. We run several community centres in Kabul where children can learn through accelerated learning so that they can catch up, as quickly as possible, on the education they have missed. They learn the full six years of a primary school education in three.


Children in Crisis (CiC)

About Children in Crisis (CiC)

موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطریک موسسه بریتانوی بوده که ازسال 1997  به این طرف درافغانستان درراستای تعلیم وتربیه ، امورات اجتماعی وتبلیغات صحی برای اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب وفامیل های بی بضاعت فعالت نموده ومینماید 

که به همین اساس مراکزتعلیمی وتربیتی موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطر درسال جاری هم  دربعضی نواحی شهرکابل موقعیت دارد که درمراکزمتذکره اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب ازقشراناث وذکور تحت پروگرام آموزش سریع درمدت سه سال ازصنف اول الی ششم را مطابق نصاب تعلیمی وزارت معارف جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان تکمیل نموده وبه صنف هفتم مکاتب دولتی قریب منازل مسکونی شان ازطریق ریاست معارف شهرکابل به اساس پروتوکولی که درزمینه موجود است معرفی وبه دروس شان ادامه داده میتوانند

هم چنان درمراکزمتذکره صنوف کمکی ، سواد آموزی ، خیاطی ، موجود بوده وتبلیغات صحی به شاگردان  وفامیل هاهم صورت میگیرد


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Background

Children in Crisis began working in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1996 and since then has worked consistently within Kabul and across Afghanistan’s provinces to improve access to quality education for the most marginalised children, to guarantee that children in conflict with the law have their legal rights protected and afforded to them, to increase the participation of women and girls in all areas of public and private life, and to remove disability as a barrier to inclusion in all areas of child’s life.

Project Description

-          Recruit, train, and pay 25 teachers to work in 25 CBE classes in 5 informal settlement of Kabul province;

-          Set up 25 CBE classes in 5 informal settlements of Kabul province, including the installation of separate boys and girls latrines;

-          Mobilize and enrol students in 25 CBE classes in 5 ISETs of Kabul province  (target: 1,500 students);

-          Ensure the delivery of MoE-approved CBE curriculum in 25 CBE classes in 5 ISETs of Kabul province;

-          Disseminate “Back to Learning” campaign flyers in the target ISETs in Kabul province


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Background:

Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic   ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being.


Children in Crisis (CiC)

Children in Crisis (CiC) is a UK INGO established in 1993 and start working in Afghanistan since 1997 registered in Ministry of Economic ( registration number 41) to give children the education they need to help transform their lives. Our vision is that all children receive the learning needed for their flourishing and well-being.

Under the project ‘Safer Children, Safer Communities: Putting the Juvenile Code into Practice’ Children in Crisis (CiC) provide support services to children in conflict with the law. Specifically the project supports the delivery of educational and vocational courses to juveniles sentenced to the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre (JRC).

Overall Objective:

The overall responsibility of the teacher is to teach English subject, manage discipline and control children in the JRC classes. Also monitor, evaluate and manage children in the class and take students examinations according to the MoE policies and curriculum as well as international child convention.  Ensure the quality and importance of teaching and children lessons and the protection of the rights of the child.

All of CiC’s work is based on Afghanistan laws and  informed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as ratified by the Afghan government in 1994 and by our Child Protection Policy (CPP).  CiC as an organisation commits itself to supporting to staff to be able to implement the Child Protection Policy.  To this end CiC will provide training for new staff and refresher training for long term CiC staff members.  CiC has nominated three staff members as Child Protection Officers.  Any allegations of child abuse, within CiC centres or outside must be referred to these Child Protection Officers. 

Staff who, in the centres, are suspected of or alleged to:

hit or beat children,
use bad language, threaten or bully children
sexually abuse children 

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