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Is there a training manual or a guidebook on how to implement a project to reduce child poverty?

For the best experience, I suggest you to take a look at Arigatou International’s An Interfaith Guide to End Child Poverty: Inspire. Act. Change. that will provide you with the resources to equip you and faith leaders, faith communities and organisations with the relevant knowledge and skills needed to address child poverty effectively.

This Resource Guide will be a tool that will help faith communities to mobilise faith–inspired resources to end child poverty, empower their constituencies to take action, build networks and coalitions with like-minded actors around the world and hold policy makers accountable to ending poverty in general and especially, ending child poverty.

This guide provides a general overview of the nature and scope of child poverty that you can use for informational and educational purposes. Moreover, it highlights the positive roles that faith communities and their leaders can, (and in reality) do serve in advocating for the eradication of child poverty, and promoting interfaith coordination and collaboration in advancing children’s dignity and well-being.

The Guide is organised as follows:

This guide has ten chapters, each dealing with a specific theme that analyses and relates various aspects of Child Poverty. The Guide is relevant and engaging to various audiences, for different purposes and different contexts. The guide can for instance be used as a resource to:

How to use the Guide

This Guide is be used for various purposes and in different contexts, including to:

After carefully reading and understanding the information contained in this Guide, you will be able to facilitate discussions, plan and initiate activities with themes related to child poverty. 

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