War Child’s programming is rooted in the belief that for a community to properly recover from conflict, it must drive the process.
War Child empowers people to create an environment where childhood can thrive. This is vital not only for the young people who attend our programs but also for our staff, 95% of whom are recruited locally.
Recently I was able to sit down with Abay Bekele, Head of Programmes in South Sudan to discuss the impact of the famine on children and families in the region, War Child’s response and the role that Canadians can play in supporting the people of South Sudan.Read More
For International Women’s Day, actress, producer and War Child Ambassador, Zosia Mamet, writes about how her personal experience led to her commitment to the organisation and the women…Read More