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Our Impact

You'll find below an overview of the projects, initiatives and research carried out together and with partners. Together we achieve more to ensure children grow up in safe and caring families

Projects

United For Boys

United For Boys is a global campaign to change the way society tackles sexual violence affecting boys. There are a range of ways to get involved, from signing our Charter to sharing our posts on social media. Will you join us in being United For Boys?

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A mobile school that supports children on the move

The mantra of the Mobile Education Programme, run by our member in India, Butterflies, is: “If the children cannot come to the school, let us take the school to them”. Under the Mobile Education Programme, the Chalta Firta School (Mobile Learning Centre) has brought the school to the children’s doorstep. This has been particularly important…

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A Rwandan model for reintegrating children into their communities

Children separated from their families can be at a higher risk of dangerous situations and adverse life outcomes; but reintegrating children who return to their communities or families of origin also needs to be approached carefully in order for it to be successful in the long term. Uyisenga ni Imanzi, the Family for Every Child…

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Empowering communities to fight child trafficking

Family for Every Child’s member organisation in Ethiopia, FSCE, is making great strides in tackling child trafficking in Ethiopia. One way they are doing this is by equipping community members at key transport hubs with what they need to effectively intercept traffickers at these key locations, so children’s lives take a dramatic turn for the…

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PhotoVoice: Enabling children on the move to participate fully in evaluation of services

PhotoVoice is a way for children to express their feelings and stories in a way that can help services and organisations to understand more fully the impact they have had on their lives. Following this, the organisation is able to learn about what is working in the way they support children, as well as being…

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Bambú: A model for helping children to recover from conflict

Colombia has experienced decades of internal conflict between the government and armed groups. This conflict has involved children in different ways. Some have been forced to flee from their homes and communities, whilst others have been recruited as child soldiers. For children who escape these conflict-heavy environments, the effects can last a lifetime. Our Colombian…

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Digital Storytelling – 2

Digital storytelling is a creative, potentially transformative, participatory process which can help us gain deeper understanding into the multiple and complex ways that people’s lives are affected by the family experience. Storytellers from Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Rwanda and Zimbabwe made and shared heartfelt experiences that illustrate the importance of family. While most of the storytellers…

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Digital Storytelling – 1

Digital storytelling is a creative, potentially transformative, participatory process which can help us gain deeper understanding into the multiple and complex ways that people’s lives are affected by the family experience. Storytellers from India, Kenya, Mexico, Egypt, Guyana, Russia, South Africa and Brazil made and shared heartfelt experiences that illustrate the importance of family. While…

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RISE Learning Network

Child sexual exploitation is a global problem that demands a global response. The RISE Learning Network is a unique global hub of organisations, involved in innovative and advanced work with children and adolescents affected by sexual exploitation. It is estimated that as many as 2 million children are sexually exploited around the world every year (UNICEF).…

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Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration

We have just launched the Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration which are intended to help governments, donors, NGOs, faith-based organisations and practitioners to pursue reintegration as the primary response in cases of separated children. The Guidelines provide practical guidance for effective reintegration that can help organisations to design high quality programmes; measure impact; train practitioners; and…

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