Capacity Building

Trainings for the Social Workforce

Based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, best practices, measurable standards and an extensive curriculum for families, caregivers and children, our capacity building programs offer knowledge and insights so that the social workforce can act with the best interests of the child. These capacity-building trainings are offered to Government officials, social workers, caregivers, community and other local leaders and other organizations supporting children from disadvantaged communities.

  1. Family-Based Care — Promoting reintegration of children with their families or family-based care options for children without living family.
  2. Child Rights — Activating and assessing progress on the United Nations Rights of the Child.
  3. Child Protection — Creating an environment where every child is protected from neglect and abuse. Focuses on four areas: Awareness, Prevention, Responding and Reporting. Read the Miracle Foundation Child Safeguarding Policy here.
  4. Mental Health Care — Promoting the well-being and development of children. Ensuring that every child’s emotional and psychological needs are addressed by an experienced professional.
  5. Life Skills Education — Preparing children to make informed choices in their lives. Topics include: Child Rights, Self Awareness, Expressing Emotions, Problem Solving & Decision Making, Stress Management, Nutrition, Hygiene and more.
  6. Activating local child protection mechanisms such as Bal Panchayats, Village-level Child Protection Committees and Ward-level Child Protection Committees— Encouraging community members to participate in protecting the rights of children in their area.

We readily provide consulting services to governments and organizations caring for children from disadvantaged communities around the world. And we make our capacity-building trainings available for other organizations striving to improve the quality of care for children. For more information, contact us at