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Preventing violence against children, child sexual abuse, and gender-based violence are critical issues, which need impactful interventions that meet the size of the problems and address them at scale.
But what does it truly take to scale up effective interventions and make a deeper impact? What do you need to get started, what are the mindsets required to progress effectively, and how do you test your assumptions and approach in the real world?
Join us on 12 May for a panel discussion sharing real-world stories, insights, and lessons from two organisations already on the journey to scale. We’ll be joined by:
- Centrs Dardedze, a non-governmental organisation in Latvia, which has partnered with Spring Impact to scale up Džimba (en: ‘Jimba’) – a key programme preventing sexual violence against children by teaching kindergarten and primary school children about personal safety and safe relationships.
- Child Health and Development Centre (CHDC), a department under the College of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Makerere University, which has partnered with Spring Impact to scale up the Parenting for Respectability (PfR) programme – a community-based parenting programme for the early prevention of violence against children and gender-based violence.
The discussion will share practical insights and the key successes and challenges encountered on the journey to scale. Register for the webinar below to learn about how to know if you’re ready for scale and how to test assumptions quickly in the real world to reduce risks and save resources.