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    SIGAH

    Country: Honduras

    SIGAH (Sistema Interinstitucional de Gestión de Casos de Adolescentes de Honduras) is a USAID funded project to implement a case management system for adolescents in conflict with the law in Honduras. The platform allows the operators of the juvenile justice system to ensure that all appropriate regulations are applied, and to offer personalized programs that contribute to protect the rights of the hundreds of children who get caught in the penal system every year.

    Partners: USAID, Creative Associates International, Honduras Supreme Court, INAMI
    Beneficiaries: Around 2 000

    MOSPA

    Country: Bolivia

    MOSPA (Módulo del Sistema Penal para Adolescentes) is a long-term juvenile justice program implemented in Bolivia in collaboration with the country authorities: Ministry of Justice, Judicial branch, departmental governments.The first phase of the project consisted in developing a new juvenile justice norm with a focus on alternative to detention. Once the norm was approved by the government, Tutator developed and deployed a comprehensive software solution to enable the various operators of the juvenile justice system to offer and track individualized solutions for each adolescent in the system.

    Partners: Bolivia Ministry of Justice
    Beneficiaries: + 2 500

    Kaikaia

    Country: Nicaragua

    Kaikaia is a juvenile justice project developed and implemented in Nicaragua, working in collaboration with the country Supreme Court. It consisted in the creation of a juvenile justice norm that promotes alternatives to detention and a case management software to enable the operators of the juvenile justice system to follow up individual cases and offer each adolescent a personalized program.

    Partners: Nicaragua Supreme Court, Terre des Hommes Foundation
    Beneficiaries: Around 3000 adolescents and 8000 members of beneficiary families

    SIPENBOL

    Country: Bolivia

    The SIPENBOL (Sistema de Información Penitenciaria de Bolivia) software was developed in collaboration with the Penitentiary System administration in Bolivia to protect the rights of the detainees in the country. The software has allowed the government to improve the overall conditions and the protection of the human rights of the detainees by enforcing accurate data collection, promoting transparency and giving real time access to information to promote policy making.

    Partners: Bolivia Ministry of Interior, Penitentiary System Administration

    Tahaddi

    Country: Lebanon

    Tahaddi Lebanon is a community organization located at the heart of the neighborhood of Hay El Gharbeh in Beirut. They work with people of the Dom ethnic minority as well as with migrant refugees, offering social, medical and education services to hundreds of adults and children. Until recently, the Tahaddi staff had been managing all the data related to the families and people they work with using a combination of paper files and shared spreadsheets. Tutator worked with them to develop a comprehensive software to manage all the services their community center offers.

    Partners: Tahaddi Lebanon
    Beneficiaries: +6 000

    Tahaddi

    Country: Lebanon

    Tahaddi Lebanon is a community organization located at the heart of the neighborhood of Hay El Gharbeh in Beirut. They work with people of the Dom ethnic minority as well as with migrant refugees, offering social, medical and education services to hundreds of adults and children. Until recently, the Tahaddi staff had been managing all the data related to the families and people they work with using a combination of paper files and shared spreadsheets. Tutator worked with them to develop a comprehensive software to manage all the services their community center offers.

    Partners: Tahaddi Lebanon
    Beneficiaries: +6 000

    Global Detention Project

    Country: Switzerland

    Global Detention Project is a Swiss based organization that promotes the human rights of people who have been detained for reasons related to their non-citizen status. Tutator worked closely with their staff to build a data management engine and website to allow them to build, manage and publish data regarding migration detention practices and detention centers around the world that can be used to assess the evolution of detention practices, provide an evidentiary base for advocating reforms, and serve as a framework for comparative analysis.

    Partners: Global Detention Project

    MID

    Country: Bolivia

    The MID (Módulo de Información de Defensorías) system was developed by Tutator to help the Bolivian government protect the rights of working children and children victims of violence in Bolivia. It is currently deployed in 120 cities across the country with plans to expand to the whole country (342 cities) in the upcoming months.

    Partners: Ministry of Justice and Child Protection agencies.
    Beneficiaries: +800 000

    UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty

    When the United Nations team was working on the Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty, Tutator seized the opportunity to help with the data collection, analysis and publication challenges. We developed a complete suite of software applications and deployed it on our servers for them to use. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, this software was never fully used.

    RENAPSI

    Country: Brazil

    Renapsi is a Brazilian non-profit organization that runs a program to facilitate the social and labor integration of the 1.7 million young people between the ages of 14 and 17 that are out of school. Working with Renapsi met the goals of our Socio-Educational Programs: to reinsert the youth into society through psychosocial, school, citizen, human, professional and financial support. This in turn contributes to the reduction of crime and violence as our program helps the youths overcome their situation of exclusion and acquire the values necessary for an active participation in the social life of their community.

    Partners: RENAPSI (National Network for Learning, Social Promotion and Integration)

    Free Men

    Countries: Switzerland / USA

    We sponsored Free Men, a film on the resilience and living conditions of people on Death Row in the USA. Told through his own voice, the film reveals the story of Kenneth Reams: convicted for capital murder at 18 years old, without even firing a bullet. During his detention, for the last 25 years, he has become a founder of a non-profit, an art event organizer, a poet, a painter and a fighter for justice.

    Film Director: Anne-Frédérique Widmann