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ASPIRES Family Care Process Assessment: Savings Groups for Family-Child Reintegration and Prevention of Separation

July 2018 — By Whitney Moret, Mike Ferguson

The ASPIRES project aims to advance household economic strengthening (ES) programs for vulnerable populations. ASPIRES offers technical assistance to scale up high-quality interventions in the areas of consumption support, money management, and income promotion. The project also supports rigorous research to evaluate programs and inform a new understanding of best practices in ES. A subproject known as ASPIRES Family Care, funded by USAID’s Displaced Children and Orphans Fund (DCOF), aims to develop evidence and learning related to how household-level ES can support the prevention of unnecessary family-child
separation and reintegration of children in family care in low- and middle-income countries.