Through an innovative, collective approach, the Foundation’s efforts in Zambia and Cambodia have focused on addressing the structural elements needed for sustainable, generational change, with investments in multiple partners working collaboratively in each country. This form of country systems development work attempts to address root-cause issues around child welfare and to deliver programs more effectively and holistically, in accordance with a government’s vision.
Mark Guy, Children in Families Senior Program Officer, shared “Protecting children means strengthening their schools, their home lives and even the income security for their families. It is a tall order — and not something any agency or government can manage alone. GHR is humbled by the opportunity to resource, collaborate with and learn alongside these partners.”
GHR’s learnings are captured in two reports that describe how the Foundation and its partners focused on locally-led systems strengthening. Explore the reports below:
Zambia Summary Report
Cambodia Summary Report