If children are not designed into our cities, they are designed out. This means that they are deprived of contact with the material world, with nature, with civic life and with their own capacities.
George Monbiot, writer
An effective planning process is vital to the design of interventions that improve children’s health and mobility. The planning process proposed in this toolkit involves conducting a needs assessment; analyzing what institutional development is necessary; evaluating the most appropriate financing options; and setting up a monitoring and evaluation process to ensure success.
Steps to children’s mobility & health
Understanding your needs
The needs assessment process investigates what children in each unique context need to be healthy and mobile.
To fully integrate children’s health and mobility into planning, sustainable sources of funding are essential.
Monitoring & evaluation
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities are steps carried out before, during and after interventions to evaluate success.