Besides active participants, War Child programmes also reach ‘indirect beneficiaries’. For example, children that are attending classes taught by teachers trained by War Child, or children of the parents involved in Parents DEAL.
The number of people indirectly reached doubled in 2012. In 2011, War Child sharpened the definition of indirectly reached beneficiaries. Implementation of these changes in all projects and with all partner organisations takes time, but the effect is already seen in the numbers for 2012.
About 50% of the indirect beneficiaries are children, benefiting from increased capacity of teachers, parents who have participated in a Parents DEAL, or professionals who have been trained in child rights. The other 50% are adults, reached through activities like awareness raising campaigns about child rights, peer-to-peer education about parenting, or training on child-friendly teaching methods from their specially trained colleagues.
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