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An Innovative M odel for Funding H olistic C hild Development within an HIV and AIDS pandemic SATS Edenvale Conference 13 May 2011. Some introductory thoughts…. Source of all blessings - intimacy with the Lord and in communion with with each other

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An Innovative Model for Funding Holistic Child Development within an HIV and AIDS pandemic SATS Edenvale Conference13 May 2011

some introductory thoughts
Some introductory thoughts…..
  • Source of all blessings - intimacy with the Lord and in communion with with each other
  • We need to be open creative innovative ways
  • Source of strategy, tactics, principles, ethics, ideas, sustainability, innovation, creativity, funding
  • Stewardship and Talent Management
objectives for workshop
Objectives for Workshop
  • Locate the 4/14 and HCD movement within an HIV and AIDS context
  • Focus on orphans and children made vulnerable as a result of HIV and AIDS
  • Introduce an innovative funding model for HCD
why focus on children at risk car within an hiv and aids pandemic
Why focus on children at risk (CAR) within an HIV and AIDS pandemic
  • 5,7 million South Africa’s living with HIV
  • Levels of new infections – behaviour change critical
  • 4 % of children are maternal orphans
  • Conservatively estimated to be 1 million
  • Children orphaned as a result of HIV and AIDS 25% more likely abused
  • Reality of Child Headed Households
exercise who is responsible
Exercise: Who is Responsible?
  • The Lord
  • Children
  • Adults in the Home
  • Local Community
  • Church
  • State
  • Business
  • Civil Society
a biblical response
A Biblical Response

J A M E S 1 V E R S E 2 7

Pure and lasting religion in the sight of God our Father means that we must care for orphans and widows in their troubles, and refuse to let the world corrupt us.

N e w L i v i n g T r a n s l a t i o n

funding through shared responsibility
Funding through Shared Responsibility

International

National

CARE UNIT

GOVERNMENT

Local

EXTENDED FAMILY (INCL VIRTUAL)

CHILDREN AT RISK

BUSINESS

CIVIL SOCIETY

THE CHURCH

funding through partnership with government
Funding through Partnership with Government
  • Children’s Act – (support processes)
  • Support access and administration of Social Security
  • Child Support Grants (9,5 million)
  • Foster Care Grants (Children’s Act Process)
  • Adoption
  • Early Child Development Centres
  • After School Drop in Centres
  • VCT Support
  • Home-based and child care workers
funding through partnership with business
Funding through Partnership with Business
  • Creation of Social Value – new intent to CSI
  • Section 18 (A) Tax Benefit
  • Social and Ethics Report Companies Act
  • Consumer Protection Act
  • Brand Association
  • Transfer of Technology
  • Social Capital (employee involvement)
  • Internships
  • Mentoring and Coaching
funding through partnership with civil society
Funding through Partnership with Civil Society
  • Movement away from philanthropy to social entrepreneurship
  • Advocacy
  • Creation of Social Enterprises
  • Business Principles within Social Justice
  • Networks
  • Social Capital (friends, family, ..)
  • Competitive Advantage?
  • Social Value
markers in development of the trust as a care based organisation
Markers in development of the Trust as a care-based organisation
  • Advocacy – defending the cause
  • Innovation – scaling / new ideas / technology
  • Social Entrepreneurship – business model, product & service, competitive advantage, go to market
  • Social Enterprise, social organisation within a business structure: (finance, HR etc)
  • Leadership, strategy, governance, diplomacy
innovation
Innovation
  • Social Innovation – Virtual Adoption

(Supplementary support by an ‘extended family’ that is located virtually)

  • Technology Transfer – business management systems to civil society

(Management System for Orphans and Vulnerable Children, MSOVC)

some keys
Some Keys
  • In the Global Village – sufficient resources
  • Need to create people to people contact - emotional link makes for sustainability
  • Put a face and identity to poverty and suffering (statistics paralysing)
  • Menu driven – choice
  • Matched – individuals, households, cluster, village
  • Secure
  • Reporting - Narrative emotional basis for long term support
social capital
Social Capital
  • Social Network Theory – 1960s
  • Norms and Values (including regulations)
  • Sanctions
  • Each person has a social network
  • National Mobalization and International Solidarity
  • African Diaspora
  • Example Anti-Apartheid Movement (Role of Church)
your social network
Your Social Network

Local Care Orginisation

Feedback of Sponsored Goods and Family Narrative

holistic child development

CHILD HEADED HOUSEHOLDS

Holistic Child Development

FOSTER MOTHER

COUNSELLING

PASTORAL CARE

WEBSITE

TRANSPORT

DAY CARE (YOUNGER SIBLINGS)

LEGAL

FOOD PARCELS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

ADVOCACY

PRIMARY

SPECIALISED

Admin Support

Care

COOKING EQUIPMENT & UTENSILS

CHRONIC

Food

Medical

RENT IF NECESSARY

DANCE

MUSIC

MAINTENANCE

Cultural

THERAPY

Shelter

ART

WATER & LIGHTS

Clothing

DRAMA

HEATING

Educational

CASUAL

SECURITY

FURNITURE & BEDDING

SCHOOL

LIFE SKILLS/LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT

SPORT

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

SCHOOL FEES

REMEDIAL/EXTRA TUITION

BOOKS AND STATIONARY

SPORTS/CLUBS

child status index
CHILD STATUS INDEX

The CSI was developed in response to the request by PEPFAR, OGAC and OHA to assess vulnerabilities, needs and desired outcomes for OVCs.

It is used in Ethiopia, Rwanda, India, Cambodia and Swaziland.

It measures and produces in a simple way, based on a standardized evaluation form, a status index which is expressed as:

1 = Very Bad 2 = Bad 3 = Fair 4= Good

For the following Domains:

child status index1
CHILD STATUS INDEX

DOMAIN

SUB-DOMAIN1

SUB-DOMAIN2

care cycle

The Individual Development Plan is part of the Care Cycle and includes physical, mental and spiritual development

Care Cycle implies the measurement of the quality and progress of the intervention at the different stages of the Care Cycle

Care Cycle
objectives

What do we want to achieve:

Objective evaluation of the need

Matching of resources to the need

Creating a budget to meet the need

Measuring of expenses against budget

Measuring of progress and determining that goals have been reached

Reliable reporting

Objectives
data model entities finances identification security statistics
Data ModelENTITIES: FINANCES, IDENTIFICATION, SECURITY, STATISTICS

Governments

CBO

Auditors

SmartCard/Biometric

Cyber-Sponsors

James 1:27 DataBank

Children in Need

Service Providers

Banks

financial model
Financial Model

Consumables

Monthly debit orders

$20/15EurosR150

Individuals/ Employees

Educationand Training

Biometric

Social CorporateResponsibility

Transport

James 1:27 Trust

Account

Caregivers

Corporations

Shelter

Children in Need

Health Care

Secretariat

the layers
The Layers
  • Windchill
  • SAP BusinessOne
  • James Remote Terminal (JRT)
  • Future layers:
    • MSOVC 2.0 (Integration) and 3.0 (Automation)
business systems tool kit
Business Systems Tool Kit
  • Content Management (social media)
  • Resource Management
  • Life Cycle Management
  • Remote Terminal Data Management
  • Talent Management
  • M &E
msovc key focuses management system for orphans and vulnerable children
MSOVC Key FocusesManagement System for Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Managing and directing Resources

Managing Data

-------------------

Understanding Needs

MSOVC System

SecureDelivery

-------------------

Data Capturing

  • Managing and Directing Resources
  • Managing Data/Understanding Needs
  • Secure Delivery/Data Capturing
msovc balance sheet
MSOVC Balance Sheet

MSOVCBalanceSheet

ResourcesManagement

NeedsAnalysis

SAP

WC/Cognos

Out

JRT

In

Secure Delivery

Resource Allocation

sap businessone
SAP BusinessOne
  • Functional Areas:
    • Customer relationship management
    • Inventory and distribution
    • Ordering and delivery
    • Purchasing and merchandising
    • Production and manufacturing
    • Employees and human resources
    • E-commerce
    • Financial and accounting
what this means
What This Means
  • It is technically possible by relying on virtual support clusters to mobilize resources to fund care cycles and development plans at individual, household, cluster and village level.
  • The use of business information management systems and business intelligence tools to manage the whole system and process
  • An automated administration system can be used to ensure security and efficiency and to cope with complexity
  • We therefore scale care-based organisations from 15% to 60%
opportunity
Opportunity
  • Promote good practice
  • Child Rights Framework
  • Family Based Care (family care units) UNHRC
  • Integrated community development
  • Employment creation
  • Poverty alleviation
  • Weave together holistic development
  • Real opportunity for the Church (Mat 25)
millennium development goals mdg s
MillenniumDevelopmentGoals (MDG’s)
  • Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
  • Achieve universal primary education
  • Promote gender equality and empower women

4) Reduce child mortality

5) Improve maternal health

6) Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases

7) Ensure environmental sustainability

8) Develop a global partnership for development

challenges
Challenges?
  • Selection of children
  • Support without increasing risks
  • Conflicting Rights, Sponsors, Caregivers, Children, NGO
  • Direct contact with Children?
  • Risks of dependency
some risks
Some Risks
  • Building a Rolls Royce engine with 4 wheel drive capability!
  • Technical sustainability
  • Funding
  • Manage expectations
concluding thoughts
Concluding Thoughts
  • HCD Nation Building
  • Identifying Next Generation of Leaders
  • Kingdom Expansion
  • Protocol of Heaven
  • Partnership with the Holy Spirit “…Adoption” Worshippers
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It is morally indefensible that we choose to live with problems that can be solvedContact : Robert BothaJames 1:27 [email protected] www.james127trust.orghttp://james127trust.posterous.net

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