Strategies to ensure the sustainable reintegration of children without parental care

JUCONI, Mexico

The first case study in Mexico reports on the Mexican arm of Family for Every Child’s three-country study on strategies to ensure the sustainable reintegration of children without parental care. It set out to address the question: “What are successful elements in strategies to ensure the sustainable reintegration of children without parental care?”, as identified from a 15-month study on work on family reintegration with boys who have lived on the streets (or been at identifiably high risk of doing so), and their families, in Puebla, Mexico.

 

The second case study in Moldova documents the reintegration of 43 children aged between 12 and 14 from residential care to their parents’ homes as a consequence of reductions in the use of large scale institutions in Moldova. All but one child had spent between four and seven years apart from their families.