We help children and families recover by providing them with access to education, protection from abuse, and safe spaces.
We minimize the long-term losses children suffer in war and conflict by offering safe and consistent access to education. We help families escape poverty and provide legal support for survivors of sexual violence and abuse.
Local people understand a community’s culture, history, and needs, which is why we work with community members and leaders to understand the issues they face and implement the most effective solutions.
It is our responsibility to highlight the experiences of children living with war and conflict, and to insist that the world responds to their needs.
We work with many partner agencies to implement the highest quality programs, including UN agencies, other local and international non-governmental organizations, and government providers of foreign aid.
We provide safe spaces for children to play, learn, seek help, and just be kids.
We help children who were forced to leave school to catch up on their education. Our teams develop condensed curriculums and train teachers in delivering these lessons.
To protect their rights, our lawyers provide free legal representation to women and children who have survived violence and abuse.
We give communities necessary supplies for education, like pencils, books, chairs, and handwashing facilities.
We empower communities and local leaders to protect the rights of women and children through education and training.
We support farming families so they can feed their communities. We provide supplies, including seeds and tools, and training, like livestock management and new farming techniques.
We teach conflict resolution to young people on both sides of a dispute so they can live and work peacefully.
We train and support young adults and women so that they can build local businesses and provide for their families.
We offer counselling to survivors of conflict to help them overcome trauma and build new lives.
We create safe spaces for children to receive early childhood development classes and informal education.
For children who cannot go to school because of conflict and now COVID-19, our unique radio-based education programming allows them to continue their education safely.
The program is so successful that we are rapidly expanding it across the country.
We provide agricultural and business training to women and girls so they can become leaders in food production and marketing.
Our catch-up learning classes make it possible for displaced children to get back to school.
We support peacebuilding efforts by bringing young people together to learn how to resolve their differences.
We help young people start their own small businesses by teaching them market-based skills and providing start-up funding.
We are rehabilitating schools and promoting expanded access to education.
We provide access to clean drinking water and proper sanitation facilities in schools and villages.
We work with families to develop sustainable farming methods and reduce the risk of famine.
Our catch-up learning programs make it possible for refugee children to return to the classroom.
We worked with the Ugandan Ministry of Education to develop the country’s first-ever accelerated curriculum for secondary schools, which is being adopted nationwide.
We are a registered law firm providing free legal counselling, mobile legal clinics, and representation to those who have survived sexual violence and abuse.
We work to educate community members on the rights of women and children and the importance of protecting those rights.
We facilitate teacher and community leader trainings, awareness campaigns, and child-led activities to prevent and respond to child protection issues and promote children’s rights.
We are rehabilitating schools – improving water and sanitation facilities and providing school supplies and learning materials to create safe spaces for children to learn.