ChildFund’s commitments to accountability extend to demonstrating the impacts of our partnerships, with a focus on social change at the community level. Change is measured across Coach, player and parent/guardian levels, and is based on a theory of action that leads to the practice of leadership and life skills linked to specific social and emotional competencies that can influence positive change in the community.
A mix of qualitative and quantitative tools are utilised to produce a strong evidence base for learning and demonstrating impact.
Coaches play a key role in the collection and analysis of data, which supports the strengthening of systems and practices among sports organisations and the development of transferable skills.
Cricket for Good
Cricket for Good is an integrated cricket and life skills program that provides a safe, inclusive and structured learning environment designed to equip children and young people to overcome challenges, develop peer support networks, and drive change to promote gender equality and the elimination of violence in their communities.
Safeguarding in Sport
ChildFund is a Pioneer Organisation with the International Safeguards for Children in Sport, which supports sports organisations to understand how to develop systems that keep children physically and emotionally safe. ChildFund works with partners around the globe to ensure that safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in sport is a priority at all levels of sport. […]
Capacity and Capability Development
ChildFund works closely with a range of sports partners to provide tailored support in a number of areas that build institutional capacities and capabilities for sustainability. In addition to the provision of support to safeguard children and vulnerable adults, technical assistance is also provided in areas including: Financial Management; Revenue Diversification; Project Management; Governance; Operations; […]
ChildFund Rugby’s partnerships provide children and young people with opportunities to play, learn and grow. Using integrated rugby and life skills curricula, young people from vulnerable communities are equipped to overcome challenges, inspire positive social change, and take active leadership roles within their communities. Under ChildFund Australia’s guidance, all rugby for development programs contribute to achieving gender […]