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13 sections found in the annual report 2009
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Burundi; Future

In 2010 War Child will start a comprehensive three year programme in Burundi. ...

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Lebanon; Future

War Child continues to support its three partner organizations in 2010 with technical support for developing their own Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation systems. ...

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Afghanistan; Future

As of 2010 the program will be fully implemented through national partners. ...

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Chechnya; Future

The financial support of Serlo will be terminated in 2010. Serlo is planning to continue its work for children and their parents in the Chechen Republic....

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Colombia; Future

In December 2009 a call for proposals for new partners was launched and concept notes were submitted in January 2010. ...

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Democratic Republic of Congo; Future

The education, psychosocial and economic reinsertion programs will continue until 2011. The child rights programme has been expanded into a child rights and protection program...

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Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories; Future

War Child revises its regional strategy in 2010. A stronger focus will be put on (a) child rights based programming (b) awareness raising concerning child rights (c) protection among partners and local communities, (d) advocacy with the local and national governments, and (e) child participation....

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The Netherlands; Future

In 2010 War Child will support ‘De Vrolijkheid’ with minimally € 25,000, half of the budget of last year. ...

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Uganda; Future

A new strategy and new programmes will be developed in 2010, as the present strategy and programmes are entering the final year....

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Sierra Leone; Future

If the stability in Sierra Leone continues, War Child expects to withdraw from the country. Therefore, 2010 will be the final year of attempted programme expansion, preparing communities to continue the work. ...

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