Final Report on Pilot Programme Implementation

The Final Report on Pilot Programme Implementation was prepared by the Children's Rights Project, Community Law Centre, UWC (17 April 2007). This report constitutes the narrative account of the implementation of the pilot programmes on children used by adults to commit crime (CUBAC).

The scope of the report will cover the preparatory work undertaken prior to the commencement of the implementation of the pilot programmes in Mitchell’s Plain, Western Cape and Mamelodi and Hatfield, Gauteng. The report will then deal with the actual implementation of the pilot programme at both sites and report on the five objectives of the pilot programme, namely:

  • Intervening with children
  • Strengthening of key institutions to plan and deliver services and programmatic interventions for CUBAC
  • Placing CUBAC on the agendas of local, provincial and national child justice co-ordinating committees
  • Awareness raining on CUBAC
  • Increasing knowledge on the nature, extent and cause of CUBAC (reporting on Objective 5 of the APSO)

Finally, the report will examine the outcomes of the project and draw certain conclusions on the challenges and resultant recommendations.

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