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Impact analysis of children's development Khazana (treasury)

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IMPACT ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT KHAZANA
This Impact Analysis (IA) deals with the Children’s Development Khazana (CDK) for Rural Poor, Urban Street, Working Children and Youth Population (RPUSWCYP). The Children’s Development Khazana (treasury) is an innovative project that has been conceptualized, initiated by a Non Governmental Organisation in 2001. In 2004, the project concept was expanded with links to associate organizations in other parts of Asia. The project is presently ongoing in several cities of India (Jaipur, Muzaffaurpur, Kolkata, Chennai, Puri, Leh, Gaziabad and Delhi) in India. The project addresses street and working children between the ages of 9-18 years.

The CDK aims to:
Enhance children’s life skills
Equip children with financial management and entrepreneurship skills
Facilitate children’s participation in decision making processes
Enable children to meet their own survival needs
Analytical Framework of IA
This includes:
Child Profile:
Project inputs:
Anticipated outcomes from project:
Data Collection:
Interpretation and Analysis:

Objective
The objective of undertaking this IA is to understand:
1.the impact of the project on the immediate economic and social environment of the child participants
2.how the project may work as a lifeline

FINDINGS
This IA has examined the operation of CDKs in eight sites of India.
Not all participants have realized that utilization of savings for welfare purposes is expenditure with slow long term gains. Some members have benefited greatly from the orientation for entrepreneurship and have set up their own small businesses. These participants have grasped the idea of utilizing their savings to create more income and are doing so successfully.

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Name: 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society
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Dutt, Shushmita. "Impact analysis of children's development Khazana (treasury)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 01, 2011 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p485037_index.html>

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Dutt, S. C. , 2011-05-01 "Impact analysis of children's development Khazana (treasury)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p485037_index.html

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Abstract: IMPACT ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT KHAZANA
This Impact Analysis (IA) deals with the Children’s Development Khazana (CDK) for Rural Poor, Urban Street, Working Children and Youth Population (RPUSWCYP). The Children’s Development Khazana (treasury) is an innovative project that has been conceptualized, initiated by a Non Governmental Organisation in 2001. In 2004, the project concept was expanded with links to associate organizations in other parts of Asia. The project is presently ongoing in several cities of India (Jaipur, Muzaffaurpur, Kolkata, Chennai, Puri, Leh, Gaziabad and Delhi) in India. The project addresses street and working children between the ages of 9-18 years.

The CDK aims to:
Enhance children’s life skills
Equip children with financial management and entrepreneurship skills
Facilitate children’s participation in decision making processes
Enable children to meet their own survival needs
Analytical Framework of IA
This includes:
Child Profile:
Project inputs:
Anticipated outcomes from project:
Data Collection:
Interpretation and Analysis:

Objective
The objective of undertaking this IA is to understand:
1.the impact of the project on the immediate economic and social environment of the child participants
2.how the project may work as a lifeline

FINDINGS
This IA has examined the operation of CDKs in eight sites of India.
Not all participants have realized that utilization of savings for welfare purposes is expenditure with slow long term gains. Some members have benefited greatly from the orientation for entrepreneurship and have set up their own small businesses. These participants have grasped the idea of utilizing their savings to create more income and are doing so successfully.


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