In 2014, the Children’s Bureau awarded nine grants to increase awareness of child trafficking within the child welfare population and improve cross-system responses. As part of their 5-year awards, grantees conducted mixed-methods process and outcome evaluations to document implementation activities and findings from their innovative projects.
This report summarizes evaluation findings compiled from grantee semiannual progress reports and final reports. It is the third and final synthesis about the grant cluster. For more information, see Grants to Address Trafficking Within the Child Welfare Population: Summary of Program and Evaluation Plans and Grants to Address Trafficking Within the Child Welfare Population: Mid-Cycle Synthesis of Process Evaluation Findings.