The experts from various state institutions, child protection departments, community foster care teams and social services in the community from Sofia, Sliven and Haskovo participated in a two-day training.
A team meeting of participants in the project on the model for taking care of unaccompanied migrant children – ALFACA - was held in mid-February in Sofia. The initiative is part of the entire PROFUCE project managed by the Innocenti Institute (Italy).
The training included social workers from child protection departments, regional foster care teams, foster parents, and human rights lawyers from non-governmental organizations involved in migration issues.
Foster care development project for unaccompanied children was presented by the National Foster Care Association and NBU
The initiative for foster care development for unaccompanied children is implemented by the Istituto degli Innocenti di Firenze (Italy) in partnership with the Know-How Center for Alternative Childcare (Bulgaria)
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