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Fact Sheet | January 2, 2019

After Help Leaves: Graduation approaches and post-graduation outcomes among households in Kenya’s northern arid lands

A tracer study

In Kenya, the Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children (4Children) project provided technical assistance to local organizations to implement PEPFAR’s geographic pivot through responsible graduation at both the programmatic and case level for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). To assess readiness to exit the project, 4Children developed a set of benchmarks that provided criteria against which a household can be measured to determine if they are reaching or have reached case plan achievement. This report summarizes the findings of a tracer study to assess the well-being of graduated OVC and their primary caregivers six months following case plan achievement and exit from the 4Children project.