Do I Count if you Count me? CSC’s briefing paper 2015

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Region
Worldwide
Language
English
Year Published
2015
Author
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Organisation
Consortium for Street Children
Topics
Research, data collection and evidence
Summary

This paper is for practitioners, donors and policy-makers who want information on different counting methodologies and to better understand the challenges of counting street-connected children. This paper describes the main four current methodologies to counting children in street situations, with the strengths and limitations of each. One method, observational headcounts, is highlighted as the most favoured by CSC’s members to inform their programme design, national advocacy and reports to donors.

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