Faith Community Contribution to EVAC

Faith Community Contribution to Ending Violence Against Children Research Overview

The Faith Community Contribution to Ending Violence Against Children is a five-year research collaboration, launched in 2016, with Queen Margaret University (Edinburgh) and Columbia University (New York). The study will collect and collate evidence on World Vision’s Channels of Hope for Child Protection interventions across a range of settings, to gauge the impact of engaging local faith communities’ to end violence against children and strengthen our understanding of faith actors in World Vision’s child protection sector approach and theory of change at sites in Guatemala, Senegal and Uganda.