Sustainability & Scalability
WWO and partners deliver direct care services in hard-to-reach rural communities to reach children and youth who were forgotten at the margins. Our comprehensive service model is being replicated at various partner institutions across Vietnam.
Professionalism & creditability
The WWO’s team constantly strives to take our standards to new level, and to remain faithful to our ethos by: Standardizing all services and interventions (Standard Operation Procedures) Developing up professionalism within the WWO team Building up Ethics and Good governance Designing relevant training curricula
Quality check for effectiveness of interventions
In order to facilitate the transition, an effective and fully functioning system of Monitoring and Evaluation is in place at the beginning of each partnership. Partners are expected to play an active role in the entire project cycle, including identifying needs, implementing and monitoring quality of interventions, and conducting periodical review and evaluation with support […]
Practices of child’s rights and policies
Sustainable Development Goals Gender equity practices Child’s rights practices Training and Awareness raising about Sustainable Development Goals Training and Awareness raising about the Child’s Rights Compilation of Child’s Rights practice in various interventions of WWO in Vietnam Monitoring the implementation of Child’s Rights at Child-related agencies and organizations (member of the Child Protection network)
Sustainable development and scalability
Training on Sustainable Development Empower the client Capacity Building for partners Awareness raising and capacity building for communities Referrals among children’s networks Develop enabling environment Develop enabling communities
The Growth plan: Scalability
We work on scaling up the best practices together with like-minded persons and organizations. We document our interventions and the evaluation outcomes for sharing. We continue to get access to hard-to-reach places to address the needs of children and families. We develop our Strategic plans every five years and review our track every year.