Performance Measurement ofLocal Authorities to Ensure theRights of a Child      Experience of project implementation      ...
Geography of the Project                           City of Bila Tserkva                           Brovary city            ...
Understanding of Gatekeeping?          Gate-keeping                         Gate-keeping is                         the pr...
Basic Requirements for Gatekeeping  • A range of targeted services in the    community  • Decision-making based on    asse...
Current monitoring system and localgovernments’ performance      •   is too much oriented on measuring          “protectio...
Principles and approach                  •   The whole system of implementation                      of the rights of the ...
Model for Measuring Performance                                  B – Security Index                                  C – E...
Model for Measuring Performance (2)         Generally model for measuring performance of local authorities can be         ...
Advantages of the Model              •   It is a comprehensive approach for                  measuring all children’s righ...
Aggregated Indexes of the Model •   В – Safety and Security Index •   С – Right for Education and Development Index •   D ...
Safety and Security Index (В)   •   The index is measuring child safety and includes such parameters       as crime rate, ...
Safety and Security Index (В) – Indicators   В1 – Failure of parental responsibilities   В2 – Lost children   В3 – Juvenil...
Safety and Security Index (В) – Graph
Right for Education and Development Index (C)   •   Index indicates access to education for children including children   ...
Right for Education and Development Index (C) –Indicators   С1 – Access to preschool education   С2 – Ratio of students in...
Right for Education and Development Index (C) -Graph
Right for Education and Development Index (C) –Table for calculation
Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D)  •   Index indicates access of children, including children with special      ne...
Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D) –Indicators   D1 – Infant mortality rate   D2 – Child mortality rate   D3 – Chil...
Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D) – Graph
Supporting Families and Children in Needs Index(F)  •   Index indicates access to the quality social services for vulnerab...
Supporting Families and Children in Need Index(F) – Indicators  F1 – Number of vulnerable families  F2 – Ratio of children...
Supporting Families and Children in Need Index(F) – Graph
Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) • Index indicates placement of orphans and children without parental   care into fa...
Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) –Indicators G1 – Level of orphanhood G2 – Level of the family-based care developmen...
Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) - Graph
Rights of Youth Deprived of Parental Care Index(J) • Index J indicates respect of the rights of young people to residence ...
Rights of Youth Deprived of Parental Care Index(J) – Graph
Overall performance profile: city X
Overall performance profile: city Y
Rating of local authorities of Kyiv oblast, 2010
Thank you !Partnership for Every Child, Ukraine           Volodymyr Kuzminskyi, Chairman           Vasylyna Dybaylo, Direc...
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  1. 1. Performance Measurement ofLocal Authorities to Ensure theRights of a Child Experience of project implementation in Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine in 2009-2011 Volodymyr Kuzminskyi, Chairman Vasylyna Dybaylo, Director Partnership for Every Сhild
  2. 2. Geography of the Project City of Bila Tserkva Brovary city Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi city, Fastiv city Vyshgorod rayon Bila Tserkva rayon Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi rayon, Baryshivka rayon Tetiiv rayon Tarascha rayon Fastiv rayon
  3. 3. Understanding of Gatekeeping? Gate-keeping Gate-keeping is the process of assessment and planning of children’s needs and circumstances which should precede their admission into residential care, and contribute to their onward progression-back to their families, into a form of substitute family care, or moving to some form of independent living. (Tolfree)
  4. 4. Basic Requirements for Gatekeeping • A range of targeted services in the community • Decision-making based on assessment and review • An agency responsible for coordinating the assessment • • Results based monitoring systems
  5. 5. Current monitoring system and localgovernments’ performance • is too much oriented on measuring “protection actions”, but not the whole complex of measures for implementation of the rights of the child in the community (very small number of indicators measured) • is assessing only some aspects of work of certain governmental agencies, but not the results/impact of their coordinated actions • is based on absolute numbers which is not comparable (there is possibility for manipulation)
  6. 6. Principles and approach • The whole system of implementation of the rights of the child within local community should be assessed • All children of the city/rayon should be counted and actions of all social agencies should be taken into consideration • The assessment should be based on the main rights rights which are defied by the UN CRC
  7. 7. Model for Measuring Performance B – Security Index C – Education and Development Index D – Right for a life and Health Index F – Support of families in Needs Index G – Right to Family Index J – Leaving Care Support Index
  8. 8. Model for Measuring Performance (2) Generally model for measuring performance of local authorities can be defined using the following formula: PE=12∙sin60∙(B∙J+J∙G+G∙F+F∙D+D∙C+C∙B) РЕ – overall performance
  9. 9. Advantages of the Model • It is a comprehensive approach for measuring all children’s rights in accordance with UNCRC and current legislation; • Every group of the rights is measured by an aggregated index which consists of the several indicators describing certain aspects of this right; • It is based on the integrated approach and interagency collaboration. It is does not assess performance of certain departments or agencies but only their synergetic work.
  10. 10. Aggregated Indexes of the Model • В – Safety and Security Index • С – Right for Education and Development Index • D – Right for a Life and Healthcare Index • F – Supporting Families and Children in Needs Index • G – Right to Grow up in a Family Index • J – Leaving Care Support Index
  11. 11. Safety and Security Index (В) • The index is measuring child safety and includes such parameters as crime rate, home and family safety, school safety, road safety and failure of parents to fulfill their responsibility • Most of the indicators forming index В are included into official reports of Criminal Militia for Children, Department of Health and the State Statistics. Indicator В1 is based on data from reports of the Services for Children. • Safety and Security Index is calculated by the following formula: В = (В1 + В2 + В3 + В4 + В5 + В6 + В7 + В8 + В9 + В10 + В11+B12) / 12
  12. 12. Safety and Security Index (В) – Indicators В1 – Failure of parental responsibilities В2 – Lost children В3 – Juvenile delinquency В4 – Repeated juvenile delinquency В5 – Children victims of crime В6 – Children victims of domestic violence В7 – Children home accident rate В8 – Child suicide rate В9 – Child mortality rate due to home accidents В10 – Child mortality rate due to road accidents В11 – Child mortality rate due to external causes (diseases and morbid conditions) B12 – Child school accident rate
  13. 13. Safety and Security Index (В) – Graph
  14. 14. Right for Education and Development Index (C) • Index indicates access to education for children including children with special needs. It considers in particular such parameters as access to pre-school education, promotion of inclusive education, IT technology in schools, human resource needs in education sector, etc. • Most of the indicators within index С are included into official reports of the Department of Education and the State Statistics. Indicator С6 is calculated on the basis of data from the Department of Statistics. Indicator C6 requires additional actions for the collection. • Index measuring right for education and development. It can be defined using following formula: С = (С1 + С2 + С3 + С4 + С5 + С6 + С7 + С8) / 8
  15. 15. Right for Education and Development Index (C) –Indicators С1 – Access to preschool education С2 – Ratio of students in mainstream schools of all types and forms of ownership who study on the afternoon shift С3 – Level of provision of inclusive education С4 – Provision of computers in schools С5 – Access to high-speed broadband internet schools С6 – Overcrowding of kindergartens С7 – Staffing rate in mainstream schools C8 – Participation rate in after-school activities (hobby groups, classes, associations except sports)
  16. 16. Right for Education and Development Index (C) -Graph
  17. 17. Right for Education and Development Index (C) –Table for calculation
  18. 18. Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D) • Index indicates access of children, including children with special needs, to high-quality medical healthcare. It consists of such parameters as children’s mortality and health (i.e. coverage by the child health recovery programme, provision with infrastructure for development and sports, staffing level in the healthcare sector etc). • All the indicators within index D are included into official reports of Department of Health, Department of Education, Criminal Militia for Minors, Department for Family and Youth and the State Statistics. Indicator D4 is calculated based on the data of Department of Health. Indicator D5 requires additional collection of data. • Index D is calculated by the following formula: D = (D1 + D2 + D3 + D4 + D5 + D6 + D7 + D8 + D9 + D10 + D11) / 11, where
  19. 19. Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D) –Indicators D1 – Infant mortality rate D2 – Child mortality rate D3 – Child disability rate D4 – Primary medico-social care development rate D5 – Nurse staffing rate D6 – Perinatal HIV transmission rate D7 – Alcohol and drug abuse rate among children D8 – Participation rate in after-school sport activities D9 – Provision of hot school meals for children of 1st-4th years D10 – Rate of school-age children covered by the annual health recovery programme D11 – Rate of subsidized children covered by the annual health recovery programme
  20. 20. Right for a Life and Healthcare Index (D) – Graph
  21. 21. Supporting Families and Children in Needs Index(F) • Index indicates access to the quality social services for vulnerable families with children. It consists of individual parameters, such as number of families in difficult life circumstances, social support and service delivery provided to them, staffing level in the social services sector etc. • All indicators forming index F are either based on data from official reports of Centers of Social Services for Family, Children and Youth, Services for Children, Department of Health, Department for Family and Youth, Criminal Militia for Monors and Department of Labour and Social Protection. • Index F is calculated by the following formula: F = (F1 + F2 + F3 + F4 + F5 + F6 + F7) / 7, where
  22. 22. Supporting Families and Children in Need Index(F) – Indicators F1 – Number of vulnerable families F2 – Ratio of children living in the vulnerable families F3 –Ratio of families in difficult life circumstances F4 – Social support efficiency delivery for families with children F5 – Baby abandonment prevention rate F6 –Teenage birth rate F7 – Staffing rate of the social services sector
  23. 23. Supporting Families and Children in Need Index(F) – Graph
  24. 24. Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) • Index indicates placement of orphans and children without parental care into family-based care. It includes such parameters as institualisation of children, development of family-based care, reintegration of children into family environment and their de- institualisation • All indicators forming index G, except G14 are based on data directly included into official reports of Centers of Social Services for Family, Children and Youth, Services for Children, Department of Health, Department of Education and the State Statistics. Indicator G14 requires additional data collection. • Index G is calculated by the following formula: G = (G1 + G2 + G3 + G4 + G5 + G6 + G8 + G9 + G10 + G11 + G12 + G13 + G14) / 14, where
  25. 25. Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) –Indicators G1 – Level of orphanhood G2 – Level of the family-based care development G3 – Actual placement rate of orphans and children without parental care into family-based solutions G4 – Level of institualisation of children under 3 G5 – Level of Institualisation of children (from birth till 18) G6 – Ratio of orphans and children without parental care in institutional care G7 – Reintegration rate of children who have not been granted the status of orphaned/deprived of parental care from institutional care into their original biological families G8 – Reintegration rate of orphans and children without parental care from institutions to family based care G9 – Level of national adoption G10 – Reintegration rate of children from family-based care into biological families G11 – Adoption rate of children from family-based care G12 – Level of placement children back to institutions G13 – Level of cancelling adoption
  26. 26. Right to Grow up in a Family Index (G) - Graph
  27. 27. Rights of Youth Deprived of Parental Care Index(J) • Index J indicates respect of the rights of young people to residence and employment. • All indicators forming index J are based on data from official reports of Centers of Social Services for Family, Children and Youth, Services for Children, Departments of Labour and Social Protection, job centres and the State Statistics. • Index J is calculated by the following formula: J = (k1*J1 + k2*J2 + k3*J3 + J4 + J5) / 5
  28. 28. Rights of Youth Deprived of Parental Care Index(J) – Graph
  29. 29. Overall performance profile: city X
  30. 30. Overall performance profile: city Y
  31. 31. Rating of local authorities of Kyiv oblast, 2010
  32. 32. Thank you !Partnership for Every Child, Ukraine Volodymyr Kuzminskyi, Chairman Vasylyna Dybaylo, Director Partnership for Every Child

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