Making a Difference: Haringey Children’s Fund 2003 -2005
Ahmad, Emma, Rice, Becky and Sampson, Alice 2007. Making a Difference: Haringey Children’s Fund 2003 -2005. London Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London.
|Authors||Ahmad, Emma, Rice, Becky and Sampson, Alice|
This study reports on the findings from the implementation and outcomes of Haringey’s Children’s Fund Programme (HCF) between 2003 and 2005. The Children’s Fund programme aimed to provide improved co-ordinated preventive services for children and young people aged to 5 – 13 years to enable them to overcome their ‘poverty of experience’. HCF began in January 2002 and received £2 million until 2004 after which the funding was tapered as central government phased out the initiative. The study adopted a multi-method approach which included: Observations of management meetings, interviews with partners and stakeholders, and an analysis of minutes of meetings and guidance documents; semi-structured interviews with Children’s Fund staff and project managers; Semi-structured and open interviews with young people participating on the programme (200 in total). The data analysis identifies the beneficial processes of change that occurred as a result of participating on the programme.
|Keywords||Haringey; child poverty; children’s fund programme; social exclusion; community work; urban regeneration|
|Publisher||Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London|
|Place of publication||London|
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|Deposited||30 Sep 2009|
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