RESPONSE – ambeR alErt System to imPrOve fiNding miSsing childrEn

Overall objective of the RESPONSE project is to improve learning opportunities among all citizens and generations,  through focusing on the issue of missing children and the child alert (Amber Alert) system, with the aim of enhancing awareness, preparedness, and education among adults, particularly parents.

Specific objectives are:

SO1: To  educate and inform adults through providing educational sessions and resources that will equip them with the knowledge and skills to respond effectively in cases of missing children, including in utilization of child alert systems.

SO2: To increase awareness among adults, especially parents, about the issue of missing children and the significance of child alert systems in facilitating their safe recovery.

Foreseen outputs will be:

Developed training materials (handbook and brochure) for educators and facilitators involved in delivering educational sessions.

Educational sessions ( 10 at national level) for adults in the target community.

Created and implemented an awareness campaign, including printed materials, social media content, and community events on the occasion of International Missing Children Day and World Children’s Day.

Established collaboration with educational institutions, local police authorities, local communities.

Expected outcomes are:

Improved preparedness of adults, particularly parents, in responding to missing child situations and utilizing child alert systems effectively.

Increased awareness, reflected in measurable increase in the level of awareness among adults, resulting in a more informed and vigilant community regarding the issue of missing children.

Greater community engagement  and participation in child protection efforts, including reporting and preventing missing children cases.

Reduced incidents of missing children, due to improved prevention measures and timely response.

The RESPONSE project is being implemented by the Center for Missing and Exploited Children from Serbia in partnership with the Center for Missing and Exploited Children from Croatia, with the financial support from the European Union in the Republic of Serbia, as part of the Erasmus plus program KA210-ADU – Small Partnerships in Adult Education. The project implementation started on March 1, 2024, and will last until February 28, 2025.

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