There are challenges in doing a 'headcount' of street children. See why we think it is vital and how Retrak does it by downloading our paper - it is a street child first!
This document presents number of beneficiaries (both children and care-givers) we worked with in 2014 under our three strategic priorities.
A pilot study reviewing the use of the Child Status Index tool which track children’s progress along their Retrak journey to establish the impact of Retrak’s programs.
Retrak’s community prevention program in Hossana, Ethiopia has been transforming lives of children, their families and communities.
During 2014 we were able to complete assessments of children’s wellbeing as they transition away from street life, and participated in our family preservation activities.
Each year Retrak maps the locations of children's reintegration placements and tracks trends in locations over time. See the reintegration maps from 2014.
This report presents an enumeration study of children on the streets in Malawi, in order to inform policy and practice for this often overlooked group of children.
Our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for outreach work.
In this technical note, we share Retrak Ethiopia’s experience of using creative therapy to support children as they deal with traumas they have been exposed to
This paper explores Retrak's approach to outreach, giving principles for good practice. We believe effective outreach is essential to give children options for the future
A literature review exploring independent living as an alternative care option for older children leaving the streets.
Based on UN guidelines for care of children, their rights and attachment theory, Retrak's Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for family reintegration are highly rated
Download our new-look interactive Annual Report for 2015-2016, highlighting the work that Retrak is doing across Africa and Brazil.