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How Can Child Welfare Organizational Capacity Be Measured?

Project: Evaluation of the Capacity Building Collaborative

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Topics

Capabilities

Year

2017

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This is the second of three briefs about organizational capacity in child welfare.

It reviews measures of child welfare organizational capacities found in the literature, including measures of resources, infrastructure, knowledge and skills, organizational culture and climate, and engagement and partnership.

The first brief in the series, What Is Organizational Capacity and What Does It Look Like in Child Welfare?, describes those key capacities. The third brief, How Do We Build Organizational Capacity in Child Welfare?, explores models for building capacity that have been applied in child welfare organizations.

 

about the resource

Topics

Capabilities

Year

2017