Developing and Strengthening Services and Systems that Support Family Cohesion and Respond to the Separation of Children in Democratic Republic of Congo
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With that information, the Developing and Strengthening Services and Systems that Support Family Cohesion and Respond to the Separation of Children in Democratic Republic of Congo program intends to create and strengthen systems in order to support the well-being and protect the those children and families who have been affected and to further prevent them from separating.

The program seeks to identify approaches that will lead to the following results:

a) The identification of vulnerable children and their protection through the community-based structures

b) The development of a better access to basic social services and legal protection

c) The identification of ways on how to economically strengthen vulnerable households

d) Children outside of family care are able to achieve family and community reintegration
or acceptable alternatives

e) The development of services and systems that would prevent and respond to family separation.

USAID DRC is set to administer $6,000,000 to $8,000,000 for the Developing and Strengthening Services and Systems that Support Family Cohesion and Respond to the Separation of Children program.

The following will be considered eligible to apply for this program:

a) US or non-US organizations

b) US or non-US nonprofit organizations

c) US or non-US for-profit organizations

USAID-DRC has also emphasized that the funds will be awarded through a five-year cooperative agreement.

Developing and Strengthening Services and Systems that Support Family Cohesion and Respond to the Separation of Children in Democratic Republic of Congo
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