Cross-Sectoral Referrals &
Program Linkages
Presenters:
Jim McCaffery, TRG (CapacityPlus)
Roshan Ramlal, World Vision (STE...
LIFT MODEL FOR LINKING NACS with ES/L/FS OPPORTUNITIES
LIFT MODEL FOR LINKING NACS with ES/L/FS OPPORTUNITIES

Poverty &Food Security
Diagnostic Tool

Organizational Network
Ana...
EXAMPLE SOCIOGRAM - BALAKA MALAWI
How do you feel that activities in collaboration with other
services affect your clients?
Comprehensive package of service...
What factors have facilitated the development of
effective partnerships?
Networking

19

Nature of the program

12

Person...
POVERTY AND FOOD SECURITY
DIAGNOSTIC TOOL
STEP 1
Conduct Poverty
& Food Security
Diagnostic w/
Health Facility
Client


...
Example – solwezi group zambia
Police: Victim
Empowerment Unit

Community
Development Officers
NGO & FBO staff

Ministry: ...
Solwezi Referrals in action
Young
man, 15, with
disability, beggin
g in town

supporting

Catholic
Sponsorship
Programme

...
Mutare Group dynamics on a case
Teacher on course
identifies 10 year old
student is being
abused

Referred to a
Certificat...
The PGH Child Protection Unit:
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Abuse
CASE CONFERENCE
(How do you make the system work)
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  • Understand Household VulnerabilityDevelop diagnostic tool to match client needs with appropriate servicesFacilitate ReferralsConduct organizational network analysisIdentify community intermediariesSupport improved clinic-community referral processes and follow upBuild capacityStrengthen Quality of ES ServicesProvide TA on ES standards of practice and application for vulnerable populationsSupport analysis and response with HIV lens
  • Understand Household VulnerabilityDevelop diagnostic tool to match client needs with appropriate servicesFacilitate ReferralsConduct organizational network analysisIdentify community intermediariesSupport improved clinic-community referral processes and follow upBuild capacityStrengthen Quality of ES ServicesProvide TA on ES standards of practice and application for vulnerable populationsSupport analysis and response with HIV lens
  • Will give examples of how LIFT has used put into practice already and moving forward
  • Disciplines in the group included Social Welfare Officers, drug enforcement officer; gender focal persons- Ministry of Gender and Child Welfare; NGO & FBO workers- working with Children Women and people with disabilities; Community development officer; Prisons staff- dealing with children in conflict with the law; Police - victim empowerment unit
  • Investigations continuingTeachers now paying attention as before they would not have noticed or would have chosen not to act…now they refer to FST for exam…but parents often resistant, so they refer to victim friendly unit
  • Cross Sectoral_Mandy Swann, Jim McCaffey, and Roshan Ramlal_10.16.13

    1. 1. Cross-Sectoral Referrals & Program Linkages Presenters: Jim McCaffery, TRG (CapacityPlus) Roshan Ramlal, World Vision (STEPS OVC) Mandy Swann, FHI 360 (LIFT) Facilitator: Amy Bess, Global Social Service Workforce Alliance
    2. 2. LIFT MODEL FOR LINKING NACS with ES/L/FS OPPORTUNITIES
    3. 3. LIFT MODEL FOR LINKING NACS with ES/L/FS OPPORTUNITIES Poverty &Food Security Diagnostic Tool Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) Assesses demand for services Assesses supply of services
    4. 4. EXAMPLE SOCIOGRAM - BALAKA MALAWI
    5. 5. How do you feel that activities in collaboration with other services affect your clients? Comprehensive package of services 8 Sustainability/continuum of care 5 Referred to the right places 5 Timely/appropriate services provided 4 Improved targeting 2 Less confusion for clients 2 Better coverage 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Organizations 7 8 9
    6. 6. What factors have facilitated the development of effective partnerships? Networking 19 Nature of the program 12 Personalities and Org. Policy 11 Funding 7 Location 2 Clear communication 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Number of Organizations 16 18 20
    7. 7. POVERTY AND FOOD SECURITY DIAGNOSTIC TOOL STEP 1 Conduct Poverty & Food Security Diagnostic w/ Health Facility Client    Progress out of Poverty Index (PPI) Household Hunger Scale (HHS) Household Dietary Diversity Score (HDDS) STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 Score diagnostic results & categorize HH based on 3 Ps framework Qualitative interview/ counseling based on available services Make informed referral(s) to services  Provision  Protection  Promotion  Preferences/ interests  Skills  Geography  Time constraints  Other priorities
    8. 8. Example – solwezi group zambia Police: Victim Empowerment Unit Community Development Officers NGO & FBO staff Ministry: Gender Focal Person People with Disabilities Prison Staff Social Welfare Officers Drug Enforcement Officers
    9. 9. Solwezi Referrals in action Young man, 15, with disability, beggin g in town supporting Catholic Sponsorship Programme Social Welfare Association of People with Disabilities 2 younger siblings
    10. 10. Mutare Group dynamics on a case Teacher on course identifies 10 year old student is being abused Referred to a Certificate student from the Victim Friendly Unit (police). Refers child to Certificate Student from Family Support Trust (NGO) for examination & counselling Parents were resistant to investigation of the case
    11. 11. The PGH Child Protection Unit: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Abuse
    12. 12. CASE CONFERENCE (How do you make the system work)

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