AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThe Children’s Fund is a government programme of work with children aged five to 13 years, the objective of which is to put in motion a series of initiatives for the prevention of social exclusion. The programme aims to support the reorganisation of services by breaking down traditional professional boundaries and developing multi-agency collaborative working arrangements. In this way, the Children’s Fund fits with other policy initiatives that offer provision for children and young people as part of a drive towards the seamless provision of services for people up to the age of 19. Halton Children’s Fund (HCF) has been in existence since 2001 with the express commitment to work in favour of the creation and maintenance of a network of services that meet the needs of children, young people and families who are at risk of social exclusion, according to guiding principles developed by Halton’s Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership (CYPSP). The Halton Children’s Fund Board commissioned the Centre for Public Health Research (CPHR) to carry out an evaluation of its activities at a strategic level.
CitationKepa, A. & Thurston, M. (2005). A Strategic Analysis of Halton Children’s Fund. Centre for Public Health Research, University College Chester,.
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